Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police v Weaver - Disability discrimination, reasonably adjustments and police pensions [2008] EAT

Until recently a police officer with 30 years service could retire on favourable pension terms. Many therefore retired young. This wasted experience so the Home Office devised a "Thirty + Retention Scheme" under which they could retire young, take their pension and be immediately re-employed.

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