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Race discrimination: Conscious motivation is not a prerequisite for victimisation

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    Nagarajan v London Regional Transport [1999] IRLR 572 HL (0 other reports)

It was a sufficient basis for a claim of victimisation for an unsuccessful job applicant to show that those who had interviewed him were subconsciously influenced by their knowledge of the fact that he had previously done a protected act, holds the House of Lords in Nagarajan v London Regional Transport 15.7.99 House of Lords. Victimisation is made out if, as the employment tribunal in the present case found, protected acts had a significant influence on the outcome.