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Beardmore v (1) South West Trains (2) W E Hamilton [2001] ET/2305257/00

Section 4 of the Sex Discrimination Act (SDA) provides that it is unlawful to subject a person to less favourable treatment where the reason for the treatment is a protected act, which includes an allegation that a person has committed an act that would amount to breach of the SDA.

Ms Beardmore brought a number of complaints of sex discrimination, but her claim of victimisation arose from the outcome of grievance proceedings that she had brought against the second respondent, Mr Hamilton. The grievance ...

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