RAF mother's pounds 10,000 for sex bias

RAF mother's pounds 10,000 for sex bias

Defence chiefs may have to review their policies on servicewomen with children after a mother won what is being seen a landmark sex discrimination ruling. Former RAF electrician Caroline Vine, 27, was awarded pounds 10,000 compensation by an industrial tribunal in Norwich after returning from maternity leave to find that she was being posted 300 miles away from her husband. The tribunal said she would not have been moved if she had not become pregnant.

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