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BBC newsreader Martine Croxall returns to BBC news after launching sexual discrimination claim...

The Daily Mail 26 May 2024
The BBC News presenter is seen leaving the Central London Employment Tribunal previously ... they attended preliminary hearings for their discrimination claims at the Central London Employment Tribunal.

BBC presenter Martine Croxall returns to screen after bringing tribunal claim

The Observer 26 May 2024
Earlier this month, the journalists were seen together as they attended preliminary hearings for their discrimination claims at the central London employment tribunal ... “We are pleased with the result and that the tribunal has accepted our position.

Saying a woman looks

The Daily Mail 24 May 2024
Although her claim was eventually dismissed because she had waited too long to bring it, the tribunal in central London concluded it could 'understand why she says that' and found 'such a comment was unwanted conduct related to sex'.

Who are you calling sugar? I’ll take your endearment with a pinch of salt

The Times/The Sunday Times 24 May 2024
Puzzles. Challenge yourself with today’s puzzles. Crossword. Polygon. Sudoku ... At an employment tribunal in London a judge has ruled that a boss describing his employee’s outfit as in the line of a “frumpy grandma” was “unwanted conduct related to sex” ... .

Coast Guard Academy graduates are told, ‘You are going to save the world’

Stars and Stripes 23 May 2024
NEW LONDON, Conn. (Tribune News Service) — As the minutes ticked down on Cadet Memorial Field on Wednesday to the moment when 225 U.S ... (c)2024 The Day (New London, Conn.) ... Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

Emcure, Gennova bury hatchet with HDT Bio Corp; team up again for mRNA vaccines

Business Line 23 May 2024
The litigation between them, including before US courts and the arbitral tribunal in London, has been settled and dismissed, it added ... ....

MeToo scandal rocks royal stamp-collecting society

The Times/The Sunday Times 23 May 2024
Ben Palmer was targeted for sacking by the owners of an auction house in a row over his request not to work with the director of the Royal Philatelic Society London, of which the King is a patron.

Delicate handling must come to an end

Philenews 23 May 2024
The project’s cost was estimated at €500 million ... They have already filed a case at the arbitral tribunal in London, demanding an additional €200 million from the Republic due to delays and other reasons they attribute to our side.

‘Inappropriate’ to feed baby in office, Ascot racecourse employee was told

AOL 21 May 2024
She has taken her case against the Racecourse Association, which represents 59 UK racecourse, to the Employment Appeal Tribunal in London ... “The tribunal had to satisfy itself whether there was a genuine redundancy,” he told Mrs Justice Eady.

Police chief taking allegations of surveillance of journalists ‘incredibly seriously’, Stormont hears

The Irish Times 20 May 2024
Supporters of journalists Barry McCaffrey and Trevor Birney outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London, before their Investigatory Powers Tribunal hearing over claims they were secretly monitored by police.

Accountant, 38, made redundant

The Daily Mail 20 May 2024
Her case was dismissed in May 2022, but she is fighting on at the Employment Appeal Tribunal in London, with judges yet to give a ruling ... 'The tribunal had to satisfy itself whether there was a genuine redundancy,' he told Mrs Justice Eady.

Whistleblower faced ‘racial hostility’ at Tavistock clinic

The Times/The Sunday Times 20 May 2024
She claimed at an employment tribunal in central London that the trust launched a lengthy investigation into her conduct in retaliation for raising concerns 18 times between July 2021 and October 2022 ... UK. Society. Related articles. FIRST PERSON ... HEALTH ... .

Hundreds of older Virgin Atlantic cabin crew say they were unfairly dismissed during the pandemic

Business Insider 20 May 2024
Virgin Atlantic also retired its Boeing 747 jumbo jets a year early and closed its base at London Gatwick Airport as it tried to avoid bankruptcy ... The claims are set to be examined by an employment tribunal in London starting next month ... ....

Hundreds of Virgin Atlantic cabin crew sue for unfair dismissal

The Guardian 19 May 2024
Tribunal in London will hear claims Richard Branson’s airline used Covid redundancies to target ...

Judge rules against Japanese professor who accused boss of racial discrimination for discussing sushi

New York Post 17 May 2024
In September 2021, University of London Professor Nana Sato-Rossberg alleged that her boss, Provost Claire Ozanne, raised the subject of Japanese food and that her family likes this cuisine and that they eat sushi ... SOAS-University of London.

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