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Thank you for the information you have provided. It seems very clear here that there clearly an equal pay matte. You have a few options however, if you are being refused the same pay then you may have to eventually move forward to an employment tribunal especially if you have already raised the matter with your employer. The new company should also not be subjecting you to a detrimental contactual term after TUPE has taken place. Before you proceed to an employment tribunal, and after an grievance with your employer, you will want to go through the Acas early conciliation process which, if not successful will furnish you with an EC certificate which you will require to take legal action. If you have a male comparator (legal comparator) then you would be able to raise a claim for equal pay consideration and I would advise you go down this route as this is legally unfair.
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