Naeem v Secretary of State for Justice

Employment – Discrimination. The employer was a Muslim chaplain employed with the prison service. His claim for, among other things, discrimination in respect of pay compared with Christian chaplains, was rejected by the employment tribunal (the tribunal). The Employment Appeal Tribunal held, inter alia, in allowing a cross-appeal by an employer, that the tribunal had erred in principle in fixing the parameters of the relevant pool to include all chaplains.

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