South Wales Police Authority v Johnson

Employment – Discrimination. The employment tribunal (the tribunal) found two complaints of direct racial discrimination made by the employee against the employer South Wales Police Authority's personnel made out. The Employment Appeal Tribunal found that the tribunal's reasoning for extending time had been flawed, but that the findings on the complaints had not been perverse. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in allowing the employer's appeal, held that there had been no evidence that the personnel's conduct had been motivated by the employee's race.

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