Employment – Discrimination. It was not unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex discrimination, whether direct, indirect, or because the operation of the sex equality clause implied into all terms of work by s 66 of the Equality Act 2010, for men to be paid less on shared parental leave than birth mothers were paid on statutory maternity leave. In so deciding, the Court of Appeal, Civil Division, dismissed appeals from two father's challenging the shared parental leave provisions of Children and Families Act 2014.