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The employees claimed that the employer, which operates a national chain of butcheries, unfairly discriminated against them by denying them annual bonuses because they had embarked on a protected strike. The employer contended that bonuses were based on performance of the store concerned, and that the decision not to grant the employees a bonus had nothing to do with the strike in which they had engaged during the year concerned.

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