Patrick Breslin v Margaret Loughrey Posted In: Case Law
Case Reference77/16FET 1930/16
Legal BodyNI Industrial/Employment Tribunal (NIIET)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscrimination and Equality
The claimant worked for the respondent as an assistant, initially on an informal basis, and then under a contract of employment. He had significant personal issues affecting his health and wellbeing. The claimant described the respondent’s initial attitude towards him as friendly and civil. She provided him with a job, a place to live and an all-expenses paid holiday to Egypt.
The claimant said the respondent’s attitude then changed when he received his contract of employment. The claimant was a devout Catholic. He attended mass every day and had a number of religious statues in the accommodation she had given him. One day he returned home to find the statues had been moved. The claimant
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