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Noor v UKBA - disability discrimination, continuing acts, and PHR decisions

An ET should not decide at a PHR, without making findings on the evidence, that there was no continuing act of discrimination and that a DDA claim was therefore out of time.

This case concerns the presentation of a claim form within the prescribed time, the exercise of discretion, and whether certain of the complaints could be said to be of a continuing act, or to have been barred by the doctrine of issue estoppel from being raised in subsequent tribunal proceedings.  

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