Thompson v London Central Bus Company Limited UKEAT/0108/15

No particular ‘degree’ of association necessary for associative discrimination complaint

The EAT in Thompson v London Central Bus Company Limited has held that for the purposes of an associative victimisation complaint, it was not necessary to establish a particular kind of relationship between the employee and others who have done a protected act.

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