Spencer v Primetime Recruitment Ltd - Whether indiscriminate treatment can be sex discrimination [2006] EAT

Appellant was employed in an office in which sexual remarks relating to women were made. She (and all others in the office) were sent by her manager an email showing female genitalia. She alleged sex discrimination.

The ET held that since the remarks were made indiscriminately and the email sent to all staff, there was no discrimination.

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