It was never going to be easy stopping Suresh Deman cashing in on Britain’s rights culture.
For a decade he sued universities – usually claiming racial bias over failed job applications – as he collected nearly £200,000 in payouts and cost the taxpayer an estimated £1million.
The finance lecturer brought at least 40 cases to employment tribunals before the Attorney General last year had him declared a ‘vexatious litigant’ and banned him from bringing further claims.
That, then, should have been that. Mr Deman, however, had other ideas and this week sees him back before a tribunal, once again claiming discrimination……………………………
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