||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 152 (May)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Wilkie J, Mr P Gammon and Mr D Welch
||The employee appeared by her representative.
||The authority appeared by its representative.
||17 January 2008
Race relations - Discrimination - Discrimination by victimisation - Employee complaining of overarching complaint of race discrimination - Employment tribunal finding no connection between sets of allegations - Tribunal dismissing employee's complaints - Whether tribunal erring.
The employee's appeal against the employment tribunal's dismissal of her complaint of racial discrimination, comprising of an overaching complaint encompassing two sets of alleged discriminatory treatment, was dismissed as the tribunal had looked at each and every matter of complaint, had drawn together those matters and had sought to identify for themselves whether those matters had or had not constituted a single continuing series of acts. There was nothing in the way in which the tribunal had approached the matter or in the way it had expressed itself that indicated that it had erred in law in coming to its conclusion.
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