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Neary v Service Children's Education & Others - the approach to determining "ordinarily resident in GB" in discrimination cases

When deciding whether a person is "ordinarily resident in Great Britain" in discrimination cases, principles developed from income tax legislation and cases are relevant. The focus of the tribunal's inquiries must be on the time of the alleged discrimination, and it must bear in mind that a person can be ordinarily resident in two countries at the same time.

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