||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 57 (Jun)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Cox J, Mr D Norman and Mrs S Wilson
||3 June 2005
Discrimination - Sex discrimination - Employment - Equal pay and treatment - Pregnancy - Vocational training - Cessation of bursary to applicants - Employment tribunal finding that applicants not discriminated against - Correctness of decision - , s 14 - Council Directive 76/207 - Council Directive 92/85.
The Employment Appeal tribunal allowed an appeal by three vocational trainee midwives against the employment tribunal's decision, inter alia, that they were not discriminated against on grounds of sex contrary to s14 of the on the basis that the tribunal had mis-characterised their applicants' claims at the merits hearing and had erred in law.
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