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Many people feel that they may have been discriminated against but are unsure as to exactly what constitutes unlawful discrimination. Essentially, you may have been unlawfully discriminated against if you have been treated differently to others in the same position as yourself because of your age, gender, race, religion or a disability.
Being treated badly by others does not always amount to discrimination. You may have been bullied or harassed but not for unlawful reasons or in an unlawful manner. Nicholas Dibb Solicitors can assist you by reviewing what has happened to you and advising you whether or not you have been discriminated against unlawfully. The material set out below may assist you to gain a better understanding of what constitutes unlawful discrimination.