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Supreme Court finds migrant workers not protected by discrimination laws

Supreme Court finds migrant workers not protected by discrimination laws

In short the court concludes that immigration status as a domestic worker is not a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010. The court suggests that the law should be amended to remedy this protection gap and refers to the particular vulnerability ...

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