Stott v Thomas Cook Tour Operators Ltd & Anor - air travellers, the Montreal Convention, and disability discrimination

Not an employment law case, but one concerning the goods and services provisions of disability discrimination law; specifically aboard passenger aircraft, where a legal loophole means that there is no liability for injury to feelings to a disabled person between boarding and disembarkation - ie when the Montreal Convention exclusively applies.

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