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Do you have any more details as to the allegations.
From what you have said, I can see no grounds for that to be classed at being discriminatory. If you spoke to her regarding her standard of work if she was underperforming that is not discrimination.Being from a religious or cultural origin different to your own, and then correcting someone due to their standard of work is not discriminatory. Jowevre, if an employee raises the issue with the employer, then the employer must investigate the matter, no matter have unfounded the allegation may be,
You would need to attend the meeting, you are allowed a union rep with you if in the union, or an independent employee.
Again I would say not discrimination. A raised voice is not discrimination.
It is possible you are being discriminated against, because you no not behave the same as her, or because you are pregnant. You could always fire that back at them.
From your account, if the worst happens and they dismiss you, I would think you would have a good case to take to an employment tribunal.
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