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Carter (Formerly McDonagh (General Secretary of, and on Behalf the Labour Party v Ahsan; EAT 11 Feb 2004

References: UKEAT/907/03, [2004] UKEAT 0907_03_2402
Links: Bailii
Coram: The Honourable Mr Justice Burton (P)
EAT Practice and Procedure – Appellate jurisdiction
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  • See Also – Carter v Ahsan EAT (Bailii, [2004] UKEAT 0907_03_2106)
    The claimant alleged discrimination in the failure to select him as a candidate. As a Pakistani, he was excluded by a decision not to select such a candidate for this constituency after allegations (later shown false) had been made against that . .
  • Cited – Saggar v Ministry of Defence EAT (UKEAT/1385/01, Bailii, [2004] UKEAT 1385_01_1006)
    Three Defence employees sought to bring claims of variously race and sex discrimination against the Ministry. In each case their services were provided almost entirely abroad, and the defendant argued that there was no jurisdiction to hear the case, . .
  • See Also – M Carter (Sued on Her Own Behalf of the Other Members of the Labour Party) v Raghib Ahsan EAT (EATn, UKEAT/0907/03)
    EAT Race Discrimination – Comparison. . .
  • See Also – Ahsan v Carter; Matt Carter v Raghib Ahsan CA (Bailii, [2005] EWCA Civ 990, Times 23-Aug-05, [2005] ICR 1817)
    The claimant sought to assert race discrimination by the Labour Party in not selecting him as a political candidate. The defendant, chairman of the party appealed.
    Held: A political party when selecting candidates was not acting as a . .
  • At EAT – Watt (Formerly Carter) v Ahsan HL (Bailii, [2007] UKHL 51, Times 27-Nov-07, [2008] 1 AC 696, HL, [2008] ICR 82, [2008] 1 All ER 869, [2008] IRLR 243, [2008] 2 WLR 17)
    The claimant was a Pakistani member of the Labour Party. He had sought selection as parliamentary candidate, but allegations had been made about behaviour of members in the Pakistani community in his ward and the local party had been suspended. A . .

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