This file photo taken on February 10, 2016 shows taxi drivers blocking Whitehall as they demonstrate in central London against UBER. (AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS)
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An Islamic faith school in Britain was found guilty on Friday of sex discrimination for segregating boys and girls in lessons, on breaks, and making them walk down separate corridors, in a ruling that will affect other schools with separation policies.Spielman said the case had significant implications for gender equality and the ruling would be considered carefully to see how it would impact other school inspections.She has previously said about 20 other schools in Britain -- Islamic, Jewish and Christian -- have similar segregation policies.Local media reported that for 60 places every year the school receives about 1,000 applications, making it one of the most over-subscribed schools in the country.
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