Law and religion round-up – 10th April

“Gender-critical” views and employment

In the round-up on 27 March, we made a brief reference to the fact that the employment tribunal to which Ms Maya Forstater’s case was remitted following her successful appeal against the judgment of the original tribunal had concluded its hearing. Now comes the news that the EAT has heard the appeal by Dr David Mackereth, who was dismissed by the agency that employed him as a contract worker for the DWP because he refused on religious grounds to identify clients by their relevant gender instead of the sex they were assigned at birth.

Two lots of “watch this space”…

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