Hi All So I need some impartial opinion on this matter! I work for a small company in the UK, think 20 employees. We're all professionals of similar experience and qualification. I've worked here for 12 years and had 2 babies. My company offers statutory maternity pay, which is 90% for 6 weeks and then SMP for the rest, so that is what I got both times. The employee hand book states that the company offers statutory paternity pay also, which is at the moment £145 per week. So I found out yesterday that my male colleague took paternity leave for 2 weeks when he adopted his daughter (his wife took statutory adoption pay). He got paid his full salary during that time. One of my other colleagues (male) has a baby due in December. I asked him what he is expecting to be paid, he said 90% of his salary for 2 weeks leave. What do you think? This feels like discrimination to me - although probably through thoughtlessness or laziness rather than intent (this is based on my knowledge of my employers). Should I bring this up with them, how should I approach it with no real evidence? Thanks!