Leeds Metropolitan University has settled a race discrimination claim with John Samuel, a lecturer and business development manager at Leeds Met Africa, the university's network for supporting African projects. He settled the case with the institution on the first day of the employment tribunal hearing last week. Mr Samuel named several senior members of the university's management as respondents, including Simon Lee, former vice-chancellor of Leeds Met, and Geoff Hitchins, the acting vice-chancellor.
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