I wonder how far back in history they have to go to decide whether two nationalities
living on the same island are distinct from one another or not. Refer them to any good
history book on ancient britain and the two races are certainly of different ethnic origin.
>> A Glasgow tribunal and the employment appeal tribunal
>>have already thrown out an earlier complaint by them, ruling
>>Scots are not distinct from the English on the basis of ethnic
>Given that another tribunal found in favour of an Englishman
>claiming discrimination the other way, I find this surprising
>(or is this another discriminatory example?).