Mark Smith

From the blog: What do judges and firefighters have in common? No, this is not the start of a joke. 


The Employment Tribunal ruled last month that transitional provisions made on the change in pension arrangements for judges amounted to unlawful age discrimination. 


The government had failed to heed advice that selecting a particular age group for preferential treatment would constitute direct age discrimination.


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