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BRADFORD WINS ALL-CLEAR ON RACE ROW AFTER SEVEN YEARS AND HUGE EFFORTS

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The Commission for Racial Equality has given the all-clear to City of Bradford MDC's employment practices more than...
The Commission for Racial Equality has given the all-clear to City of Bradford MDC's employment practices more than seven years after launching legal action against the council.

Commission chief executive Sir Herman Ouseley has confirmed the council's 'considerable efforts' mean it has complied with a voluntary agreement reached in 1995.

Four years earlier the council confronted the prospect of becoming the first organisation to face proceedings under s62 of the Race Relations Act. Five tribunals in six years found Bradford had racially discriminated against staff.
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