Bvunzai v Glasgow City Council, Court of Session 1/12/05 - "perversity" in a race discrimination context

One of 2 Court of Session cases on 1/12/05 in which Glasgow City employees had won race discrimination cases at the employment tribunal only to lose on appeal to the EAT. In this case the EAT had held that the original decision was "perverse". On further appeal, the Court of Session restored the original decision, holding that the high test required to establish perversity had not been met and therefore the EAT had been wrong.

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