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Khan v Premier Private Hire Taxi - "employment" for religious discrimination purposes [2006] EAT

This case was about the application of the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 to a private hire taxi driver.

An employment tribunal chairman refused to accept Mr Khan's claim on the ground that as Mr Khan was not obliged "personally to do any work" he therefore was not in "employment" as defined by reg 2(3) of those regulations. On that basis the chairman ruled that "the Tribunal does not have power to consider your claim".

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