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In Secretary of State for Justice v Plaistow, EAT 6th July 2021 the EAT upheld an employment tribunal’s decision to calculate compensation for direct sexual orientation discrimination and harassment on the basis of “career-long” loss. The claimant in this case had suffered PTSD, depression and symptoms of paranoia, and his condition was likely to be life-long. This was one of the rare cases where a career-long basis for assessment was deemed appropriate.

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