Eddies Boots wrote:MightyWhite wrote:If you think you can convince a judge you’re an ‘ethical vegan’ you may now qualify to bring an harassment claim against piss taking colleagues
Ethical veganism is philosophical belief, tribunal rules https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-50981359
That article asks : So, for example, could a worker on a supermarket checkout refuse to put a meat product through the till?
Are we really going to have different checkouts because some teenager decides she doesn't want to eat veal?
A better question - could an employer stipulate that handling meat products is a mandatory requirement for hiring to a checkout position. Or perhaps they would state it as handling all products sold by the store.
eric olthwaite wrote:From what I’ve read, it seems more like this is a whistleblower sacking issue? I think the guy’s legal team were just establishing the veganism ethics thing as a precursor to fighting the dismissal?
WRT to Tesco questions, I sometimes buy beers for the train home from a shop with a lass in a hijab. I’m sure she’s ethically opposed to booze, but she seems happy enough to flog them to me.
Blackwhite wrote:Had one of those e-tron Audis as a courtesy car a while back, with the regenerative braking etc. Brakes felt disturbing. I was expecting extra stopping but it just felt slushy.
Nippy enough in pure electric for about half an hour and then just another petrol car and handed over.
Devi wrote:Long, but outstanding assessment of where we’re at, and where we need to be, as Planet Earth PLC from Blackrock CEO, Larry Fink.
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