If there is sufficient evidence of the possibility of discrimination1 the burden of proof may shift to the state2. This potential for the reversal of the burden of proof reflects the approach taken by United Kingdom common law and statute3. The European Court of Human Rights has held that reliable statistical evidence can be sufficient to shift the burden of proof to the state concerned, and has also noted that indirect discrimination could be proved without statistical evidence
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