Discuss the principle or principles that underpin, or should underpin, UK discrimination law.
The late Peter Duffy, QC, a leading civil liberties lawyer explained in his 1997 Stonewall Lecture that it is a duty for all of us to treat other people "with respect in accordance with the true understanding of the principles of equality". Unfortunately as individuals we cannot always be trusted to do so. Instead the law seeks to regulate our behaviour in this area with varying degrees of success. This essay seeks to explore some of these "principles of equality" and other aspects of the Law which form the basis of anti-discrimination law in the UK.
In this essay I will…
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- Discuss the principle or principles that underpin, or should underpin, UK discrimination law.
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