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Buckland v Bournemouth University Higher Education Corporation: CA 24 Feb 2010

The claimant had been dismissed from his post as chair of archeology after criticism of his marking practices. Though a report vindicated him, the respondent continued with disciplinary procedures. He claimed unfair dismissal. The EAT had allowed the university’s appeal saying that the found repudiatory breach had been remedied before the resignation. The University now … Continue reading Buckland v Bournemouth University Higher Education Corporation: CA 24 Feb 2010

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C v Lambeth London Borough Council and Another: QBD 27 May 1999

In deciding whether to make a special needs assessment, a local education authority can allow for the fact that parents have made available to their child privately special assistance, which, if continued, might allow the child to lead a normal school life. Citations: Times 27-May-1999 Statutes: Education Act 1996 323 Education Updated: 19 May 2022; … Continue reading C v Lambeth London Borough Council and Another: QBD 27 May 1999

Bubb v London Borough of Wandsworth: CA 9 Nov 2011

The appellant had sought housing assistance. She had been offered accomodation but refused it as unreasonable. The authority declined further assistance. She now appealed against the refusal of the county court judge to set aside the decision against her on review. Held: Her appeal failed. The task of the county court judge was to see … Continue reading Bubb v London Borough of Wandsworth: CA 9 Nov 2011