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Khan & Another v Home Office - in discrimination cases compensation is only available for losses caused by the acts of discrimination, not by other unreasonable (but non-discriminatory) conduct - Court of Appeal 23.5.08

The claims by these interpreters at Heathrow Airport form something of an ongoing saga, but essentially they were found by an employment tribunal to have been victims of race and sex discrimination. The judgment of the EAT on 17 November 2006, as summed up here by Maurice Kay LJ, gives a flavour - "[it] began with excoriating criticism of the respondent's human resources management of the appellants over the years. That management were dilatory, unreasonable, unfair and discriminatory is incontrovertible.

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