Philippa Connaughton considers lessons from the Walker v Innospec ruling
In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court has settled a long-running pensions dispute.
In 2012, John Walker brought a claim for unlawful discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation, having calculated that his civil partner, later his husband, would receive a pension on his death of £1,000 per annum, not the £45,000 per annum a female spouse would receive.
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