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Muslim supermarket workers win discrimination case against Tesco after bosses locked their prayer room and made them sign in and out
Two Muslim Tesco workers have won a discrimination case against the supermarket after bosses kept their prayer room locked.
Abdirisak Aden and Mahamed Hasan, both aged 27, were among a number of devout Muslim employees who had lobbied for a prayer room since 2006.
In 2008 managers agreed to set aside a security office at the distribution depot in Crick, Northamptonshire, as a prayer room for Muslims.
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