After a very long hearing, the appellant had been found guilty of race discrimination in his making of allegations about the behaviour of the respondent in failing to investigate corruption within Hackney London Borough Council.
Held: The first instance tribunal had failed to take account of evidence offered by the appellant to a degree which could only be described as perverse, and the decisions could not stand. The case was remitted to the Employment Tribunal for rehearing, with the expressed hope that a settlement could be reached. The difficulty in establishing perversity on the part of an Employment Tribunal was re-emphasised; an overwhelming case must be established.
EAT Race Discrimination – Direct
EAT Race Discrimination – Direct.
EAT/1352/98, EAT/475/00,  UKEAT 475 – 00 – 1605
Cited – Dunnachie v Kingston Upon Hull City Council; Williams v Southampton Institute; Dawson v Stonham Housing Association EAT 8-Apr-2003
EAT Unfair Dismissal – Compensation
In each case, The employee sought additional damages for non-economic loss after an unfair dismissal.
Held: The Act could be compared with the Discrimination Acts . .
Appeal from – Yeboah v Crofton CA 31-May-2002
The industrial tribunal had made a finding of direct race discrimination. The Employment Appeal Tribunal found the decision perverse, and ordered a rehearing. The applicant appealed that order.
Held: The EAT must be careful not to take . .
See Also – Yeboah v Crofton CA 31-Jul-2001
Application for leave to appeal. . .
See Also – Crofton v Yeboah EAT 26-Jul-2002
See Also – Crofton v Yeboah EAT 12-Sep-2002
EAT Race Discrimination – Injury to feelings . .
Cited – Cumbria County Council v Carlisle-Morgan EAT 29-Jan-2007
EAT A employed R as a support worker. R made a number of protected disclosures relating to a fellow worker’s conduct towards a client. The ET held various detriments were suffered by R on the ground of the . .
Lists of cited by and citing cases may be incomplete.
Updated: 05 June 2022; Ref: scu.168212