Thames Water Utilities v Reynolds: EAT 22 Nov 1995

HH Judge Clark: said this by reference to the expression ‘from day to day’ in section 2: ‘Accordingly the real question is what is meant by the expression ‘from day to day’ in section 2 of the Act. In our view it can only be calendar days and not working days.’


HH Judge Clark


[1996] IRLR 186, [1995] UKEAT 1090 – 94 – 2211




England and Wales

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OverruledLeisure Leagues UK Ltd v Maconnachie EAT 14-Mar-2002
When calculating the entitlement to holiday pay the apportionment had to be made on the number of working days in a year, not on the number of days in a year. The regulations required this interpretation rather than that under the Act. A consequence . .
CitedHartley and Others v King Edward VI College SC 24-May-2017
The teacher appellants challenged the quantification of deductions from their salaries after engaging in lawful strike days.
Held: The appeal as allowed. The correct approach under section 2 to a case like this, where the contract is an annual . .
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Updated: 06 August 2022; Ref: scu.183027