An employment tribunal has upheld the claims of over 200 judges for unlawful age, race, and sex discrimination and equal pay against the Ministry of Justice over changes made to their pension entitlements.

The legal challenge, brought against the Lord Chancellor last year by 210 judges, followed changes made to judicial pensions in April 2015. From that date, judges born after 1 April 1957 were required to leave the judicial pension scheme and were instead offered membership of what judges argued was a far less beneficial scheme.

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