Commentary

167.1 The Discrimination Law Review and the Equality Act

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167.1 The Discrimination Law Review and the Equality Act

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167 Discrimination under the Equality Act 2010

167.1 The Discrimination Law Review and the Equality Act

The list of specified grounds in relation to discrimination has been increasing considerably in the last few years and, since there were many differences in the way that the rules applied in respect of different types of discrimination, the law in this area was becoming more and more complicated. Consequently, in February 2005, the Government set up the Discrimination Law Review to address long-term concerns about inconsistencies in the current discrimination law framework. The Review was given the job of considering the fundamental principles of

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