Kingston Upon Hull City Council v Dunnachie: EAT 23 Jun 2003

EAT Unfair Dismissal – Procedural fairness/automatically unfair dismissal.


The Honourable Mr Justice Burton (P)


EAT/706/02, [2003] EAT 0706 – 02 – 2306, [2003] UKEAT 0706 – 02 – 2306


Bailii, Bailii, EAT


England and Wales


See AlsoDunnachie 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 . .

Cited by:

Appeal fromDunnachie v Kingston Upon Hull City Council CA 11-Feb-2004
Compensation for non-economic loss brought about by the manner of an unfair dismissal is, on authority and on principle, recoverable. The award of such compensation by the employment tribunal in the present case was not excessive and was adequately . .
See AlsoKingston Upon Hull City Council v Dunnachie; HSBC Bank Plc v Drage EAT 7-Jul-2003
EAT Practice and Procedure – Costs
EAT Practice and Procedure – Costs. . .
See AlsoDunnachie v Kingston-upon-Hull City Council HL 15-Jul-2004
The claimant sought damages following his dismissal to include a sum to reflect the manner of his dismissal and the distress caused.
Held: The remarks of Lord Hoffmann in Johnson -v- Unysis were obiter. The court could not, under the section, . .
Lists of cited by and citing cases may be incomplete.


Updated: 08 June 2022; Ref: scu.186495