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02 MAY 2012

Parmar v East Leicester Medical Practice [2011] IRLR 641

Racial discrimination - victimization

5 November 2010

Employment appeal tribunal

Clarke J; Mr M Clancy; Sir Alistair Graham KBE

Claimants cannot base a victimization claim on statements made in tribunal proceedings.

P brought race discrimination and unfair dismissal claims. The claims were dismissed. He then complained that the respondent's witness statements contained lies and so amounted to victimization.

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