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Discrimination Law

Asked for more details on the Discrimination Law review, the PMOS replied that it was essentially looking at how we prevent discrimination happening in the first place by making equality law clearer, and consulting on whether there are significant gaps in protection. At the same time recognising what we had done already in terms of preventing harmful discrimination in the workplace, providing new rights to prevent discrimination on grounds of sexuality or religious belief, and supporting working families and carers, as well as setting up the Commission for Equality and Human Rights.

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