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The Employment Equality (Age) Regulatons Act 2006 means we are now no longer allowed to discriminate against an employee or potential employee on grounds of age. Now that employers are no longer allowed to discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, gender, race, sexual orientation nor religious belief, perhaps there will soon come the time when they will no longer be allowed to reject someone on the grounds that they will not be able to do the job? Will it now be open to an elderly disabled lesbian Muslim with a knowledge of plumbing to sue, with taxpayer funded Legal Aid, if her applicaton to become a plumber's mate (maid or matron) is rejected out of hand?
Vote: Should the age discrimination legislation be repealed?

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