It ruled: \”We find that in no way whatsoever did the unlawful victimisation either prevent Miss Popa obtaining employment or cause her to lose employment.

\”There is no loss of chance in this case. This is simply a case of injury to feelings.

\”In the circumstances, we take the view that we are looking at an isolated incident of victimisation or retaliation.\”

Miss Popa, of Hampstead, north-west London, lost previous tribunal claims of race discrimination, constructive unfair dismissal and wrongful dismissal against PwC in 2007.

You think she might be straining just a bit too hard to show injury here?

Her claim was for £40 million and the award was for £750…..

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