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Muslim twin sisters are taking their former employers to a tribunal in a case which could see the biggest-ever compensation payout.

Samira and Hanan Fariad, 31, accuse a City broking firm of religious discrimination.

They say bosses at Tradition Securities and Futures removed their Jewish clients and transferred them to non-Muslim colleagues.

The sisters, who are French nationals, have made at least 200 separate allegations.


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