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Dansie v Commissioner of Police for Metropolis - no discrimination if dress code compliance requirements (hair length) applied equally between sexes

A dress-code requiring a conventional standard of appearance is not of itself discriminatory, provided that neither sex is treated unfavourably as a result of its enforcement.

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