Former civil servant launches legal case claiming he was sacked for not being a feminist

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'A former Environment Agency manager is taking legal action against the body claiming he was a victim of discrimination for not being a feminist.

Kevin Legge, 50, says he was forced out of his job at the government agency after taking a stand on his boss' agenda to promote women over men.

He has made a claim to an employment tribunal, arguing feminism is a belief system he does not follow.

The agency denies his claim and says he was sacked for moonlighting as a counsellor during work hours.

But the agency's attempt to have the case thrown out was dismissed by Judge Martin Warren, who ordered a full hearing.'

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