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Essop & Ors v Home Office (UK Border Agency) / Naeem v Secretary of State for Justice[2017] UKSC 27

Two cases analysing what is meant by indirect discrimination

Essop case

Mr Essop, an immigration officer employed since 1995, was the lead appellant in a group of 49 people employed by the Home Office. The relevant “provision, criterion or practice” (PCP) in this case was the requirement to pass a Core Skills Assessment (CSA) as a pre-requisite to promotion.

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