Woman 'paid less than colleague acting as man'

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Barbara Collins, a law firm secretary who claimed equal pay with a female colleague who dressed and behaved as a man, was sacked, an industrial tribunal was told.

She asked Wilkin and Chapman, of Grimsby, why she was paid less than David Willis, born Dawn Willis, who did the same job. A preliminary hearing ruled that she had the right to have a tribunal hear her claims on the grounds of sex discrimination.