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Woman dismissed for wearing trousers

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    Cresswell v Follett and others [1993] IT/23968/92 (0 other reports)

In Cresswell v Follett and others a woman who was dismissed because she wore trousers to work was discriminated against on grounds of sex, rules a Birmingham industrial tribunal (Chair: J R Harwick).

Lisa Cresswell was employed as an office clerk in March 1990 by Stoke-on-Trent Community Transport, a charitable organisation which provided transport for the city's elderly and disabled people.