Thomas Sanderson Blinds Limited v English
Sexual orientation discrimination
21 February 2011
Employment appeal tribunal
HJ Richardson; Mr D Bleiman; Mr T Motture
This case was previously the subject of a Court of Appeal decision to the effect that homophobic banter towards an employee who was known to be heterosexual amounted to discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation. The case returned to the employment tribunal and thence to the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
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