The Employment Tribunal had decided that a Polkey discount was to be made. At a subsequent remedies and review hearing, the Tribunal allowed the appellant to re-open that issue and having heard evidence, the Tribunal altered the percentage Polkey discount in favour of the appellant.
Held: There was no suggestion in the original decision that either representative had any difficulty dealing with the issue of the Polkey discount. It was clear from the detailed reasons that the Tribunal had fully explored all the facts of the case relevant to the Polkey discount.
His Honour Judge Ansell
 UKEAT 1303 – 01 – 2201
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