Islamic Cultural Centre and the London Central Mosque & anor. v Mahmoud - [2007] EAT

Appeal against findings of sex, race and victimisation discrimination. The EAT held that there was a firm evidential basis for the findings of sex and victimisation discrimination, but that the Employment Tribunal erred in its approach to the question of race discrimination. Since there was no evidence which could possibly justify that inference referred to in the decision, the EAT substituted a finding that there had been no such discrimination.

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