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Williams v Bannatyne Fitness Ltd - disability, victimisation, and burden of proof

It is only victimisation claims under the Race Relations Act 1976 which (prior to the Equality Act 2010, which removed the anomaly) were not subject to the reverse burden of proof: victimisation claims under other heads of discrimination, including disability, were.

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