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Appiah & Anor v Bishop Douglass Roman Catholic High School Governors




LTL 26/1/2007; [2007] EWCA Civ 10 2007-01-26

The Court of Appeal found that in claims of race discrimination and victimisation, the mere establishment of a difference of race and treatment was not enough to cause the burden of proof to be transferred under the Race Relations Act 1976 s. 57ZA, and if a claimant had not at least established facts from which a prima facie case of discrimination could be inferred