I Was Driven out by Racial Abuse, Says English Labourer
AN Englishman claimed yesterday he was driven out of his job at a Scots engineering firm by torrents of racist abuse from his work colleagues.
Labourer Tony Bolton said he quit his job with the Screen Manufacturing Company after months of derogatory comments and threats of violence.
He claimed the taunts have left him psychologically scarred and unable to get another job more than a year later.
Mr Bolton, who is claiming racial discrimination, told an industrial tribunal in Dundee: 'It began the instant I started at the company.
At first I thought it was an initiation test but it got worse.
'The called me all kinds of names, including …
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Publication information: Article title: I Was Driven out by Racial Abuse, Says English Labourer. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Daily Mail (London). Publication date: March 28, 1998. Page number: 10. © 2007 Daily Mail. COPYRIGHT 1998 Gale Group.
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