- Guidance on when a philosophical belief is protected from discrimination (Gray v Mulberry Company (Design))
- What are the practical implications of this judgment?
- What is the relevant background?
- Background law
- Background facts
- The decision of the employment tribunal
- What did the EAT decide?
- Case details
Employment analysis: Guidance on when a philosophical belief will have the required level of cogency, seriousness, cohesion and importance to be protected from discrimination has been given by the EAT in a judgment which also finds that the sole adherent of a philosophical belief is not protected from indirect discrimination (because they cannot show the necessary disadvantage to a group).
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