This chapter highlights the misrecognition that can be understood legally through the concept of discrimination. It argues the discrimination works at various interacting levels which support and reinforce each other. These are structural, institutional, personal and cultural. The chapter explores the discrimination that is not a spontaneous and random unfavourable allocation of goods, services and entitlements. It looks at the understanding of discrimination in the UK's legislation. The chapter offers sociological analyses that explore discrimination as a multidimensional problem. It analyses some of the difficulties associated with dealing with the cultural aspects of discrimination. The chapter discusses the Positive duties in Britain that are further given in a response to discrimination at an institutional level, and for the need to mainstream equality. British Anti-discrimination law (ADL) has potential to recognise everyday discrimination (ED). The UK's ADL recognises dignitary harms such as harassment and can therefore understand what is at stake regarding ED.