MIDWIVES Clare Fletcher, Tracey Parkes and Shelley Wilkinson, who had their bursary payments stopped when they took leave to have their babies during training, are taking their claim against the government for sex discrimination to an employment appeal tribunal today.
The midwives case, which is backed by public-sector union UNISON, will start at 2.30pm at Audit House, 58 Victoria Embankment, London.
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