White race case

1st March 1996 at 00:00
A white teacher who won a race discrimination case against Lambeth council in south London last week was awarded Pounds 1,936 by an industrial tribunal. Ursula Gregory, who was backed by the Commission for Racial Equality, was not shortlisted for a job at a Stockwell adult education centre where she had been a temporary worker. She said she was rejected because she was white.

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