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Is Type 2 Diabetes a Disability? Employment Appeal Tribunal Considers

The definition of 'disability' in employment can be controversial. This was highlighted in a case concerning a type 2 diabetes sufferer.
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When Do Cumulative Medical Conditions Amount to Disability?

Employment law for disability can often be unclear, as experienced in a recent tribunal case by a man who suffers from multiple disabilities.
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Same-Sex Marriage and Church Doctrine Clash in Employment Case

A tribunal ruled a bishop was exempt from discrimination liability after he refused to license a gay cleric who had married another man.
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Female Employee Claims Discrimination for Not Bowing to Her Boss

A female employee of Korean business Dongbu Daewoo Electronics has taken the company to tribunal on claims of sex & race discrimination.
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Should Whistleblowers Be Rewarded Financially?

The controversial American scheme of encouraging whistleblowing via payment is now prevalent in the UK. Should it be made official policy?
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TUC Claims UK Workers Cannot Afford to Challenge Discrimination

TUC has announced the number of workers challenging discrimination has dropped significantly since the introduction of tribunal fees.
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