Webb v EMO Air Cargo (UK) Ltd [1995]

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W was engaged by E to replace a pregnant employee during M's maternity leave, it being envisaged that W would continue to work for E after the return of M. Shortly after her appointment, it was discovered that W was pregnant, and E dismissed her. W claimed that her dismissal was contrary to the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 s.1.

The House of Lords sought, before final disposal of the appeal, a ruling from the Court of Justice of the European Communities on a question concerning Council Directive 76/207, as to whether it was discriminatory for an employer to dismiss a female employee in such circumstances, if the…


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