What doesn't count as unlawful discrimination in goods and services
Situations which don't count as unlawful age discrimination when buying goods or accessing services, when a trader or service provider is allowed to treat some people differently because of their age.
Situations which don't count as unlawful discrimination, when a charity or religious organisation is allowed to restrict services, in keeping with the beliefs of the organisation.
Situations which don't count as unlawful discrimination, when a trader or provider is allowed to provided insurance services, based on perceived risks associated with particular characteristics.
Situations which don't count as unlawful sex discrimination when running sporting competitions, when the organiser can hold separate competitions for men and women, for reasons of safety or fairness.