Labour & European Law Review
06 June 2018
According to figures produced by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the number of stoppages last year in the UK were the lowest since records began in 1891. The number of workers involved in labour disputes was also the lowest ever recorded. (…).
The Court of Appeal has held in The Trustees of the William Jones’s Schools Foundation v Parry, that although the claimant had not provided any particulars about her claim in her ET1 form (the application form), the school knew enough details about the claim to be able to submit a defence (…).
Section 123 of the Equality Act lays down a three-month time limit for bringing a claim, unless the tribunal thinks it is “just and equitable” to extend the limit. In Abertawe Bro Morgannweg University Local Health Board v Morgan, the Court of Appeal held that there was no requirement in the legislation for tribunals to find a “good reason” for the delay before deciding it was “just and equitable” to extend the limit (…).