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Comment: What to do if you face homophobic discrimination at work

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  1. marcos sencil 6 Dec 2013, 6:16pm

    we have to depend ours self again of any discrimination whom will be again too just be which the rule of law to protect the right as being a victim of the system? means will be force were the law can protect the right.or might be god knows and what happen because his one create our life,

  2. Bill Cameron 6 Dec 2013, 7:15pm

    A very interesting and helpful article, but I can’t really see that it has too much relevance to the B&B case.

  3. Michael Halls 6 Dec 2013, 9:35pm

    This seems to be the wrong article. The B&B case was about section 29 of the Equality Act, prohibition in the discrimination of goods and services. Workplace and employment issues are a completely separate part of the Act.

  4. Jamie Feldman 7 Dec 2013, 9:27am

    Hi, the Article is titled “What to do if you face homophobic discrimination at work”. The topic of discrimination has become topical because of the recent B&B case that involved an interpretation of both direct and indirect discrimination, both of which were covered in the Article, which is where the link is. Specific comment on the B&B case can be found here if you are looking for it.

  5. Jon (Malaysia) 10 Dec 2013, 2:07am

    The name of that B and B is Bull and Bull? I was just thinking if I was looking for a B and B for accommodation while on holiday with my partner, we probably couldn’t go wrong staying at a place with a name like that! Go figure.

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