Sex and race discrimination - The Lord Chancellor and another v Coker and Osamor - There was no direct or indirect discrimination on the grounds of sex or race when the Lord Chancellor appointed a "special adviser" from the limited class of individuals who are personally known to him, and who are predominantly white males, holds the EAT.
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IRS employment review. - London : Eclipse Publ. Ltd., ISSN 0143-8328, ZDB-ID 2107687X. - 2001, 722, p. 4-6