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1. Dear *****, if you believe you have been discriminated against then you can sue the School Management Board for failing to conduct the interview in a proper manner and for taking irrelevant considerations into account and for moving the goalposts during the interview. You would, in legal terms, argue that the interviewer took, irrelevant considerations into account, did not act Proportional in his consideration of the interview evidence and moved the goalposts during the interview. On the evidence you have given you have a good chance of winning.
2. As one of your reliefs, you would seek that the post be given to you. Even if someone else has already accepted a job position here, the School Management Board would be obliged to offer you a job on similar terms as well. You should also seek damages and compensation for losses suffered in engaging in the interview process to your detriment.
3. The law is quite clear that job interviews must be conducted in a clear, transparent and fair manner in accordance with the principles of constitutional justice. As these principles were not observed here, you can sue for not getting the job which was advertised.
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