CLFIS (UK) Ltd v Reynolds

No need to consider mental processes of those influencing the sole decision maker
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When deciding whether someone has been dismissed for a discriminatory reason tribunals should only consider the motivation of the person who made the decision to dismiss. There was no need for a tribunal to consider the mental processes of other people influencing the sole decision maker, regardless of the fact that his decision was informed by their opinions.
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