Bone v Newham London Borough Council  EWCA Civ 435;  WLR (D) 134
“Where an employment tribunal had held that a complaint of direct sex discrimination and victimisation or constructive dismissal had not been proved, it was not open to the tribunal subsequently to amend its decision to find that her dismissal had been an act of direct sex discrimination and victimisation. Where the Employment Appeal Tribunal concluded that the tribunal had erred in law in so amending its decision, it was inappropriate for the EAT simply to allow the appeal and leave the original and unamended decision to stand.”
WLR Daily, 1st May 2008
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