Where discrimination has been found1, successful claimants are not necessarily entitled to be put in the same position as the person compared with whom they have been unfairly treated2: it may be sufficient remedy that the difference in treatment is removed, even if the consequence is to take away an advantage from the favoured comparator rather than to give that same advantage to the victim of discrimination
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