Updated to include information on McNeil and others v HMRC, in which the Court of Appeal considered the correct approach to "particular disadvantage" in an equal pay indirect discrimination claim.
Updated to include information on Page v NHS Trust Development Authority, in which the EAT considered if art.9 was engaged when a director was suspended after airing his views on same-sex adoption in the media.
Updated to include information on Forbes v LHR Airport Ltd, in which the EAT considered if posting an offensive image on Facebook was done "in the course of employment".
Updated to include information on Page v NHS Trust Development Authority, in which the EAT considered the distinction between a person's religious beliefs and the manner in which they express those beliefs.
Updated to include information on Heskett v Secretary of State for Justice, in which the EAT considered if an age discriminatory pay policy was justified.
In Page v NHS Trust Development Authority, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld an employment tribunal decision that there was no religious discrimination where a non-executive director was suspended after voicing his opposition to same-sex couple adoption in the media.
MPs today call for a fundamental shift in how equality laws are enforced, saying the current approach "dates back to the 1960s" and is not fit for purpose.
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