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  • TUC lambasts astronomical employment tribunal fees


    WORKERS are being denied justice by the exorbitant cost of taking cases to an employment tribunal, the TUC said yesterday.

    New TUC research reveals that the number of cases being taken up for discrimination has plummeted by 9,000 a month since the charges, which can reach £1,200,...

    Friday 4th Nov 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Unison given go ahead to challenge tribunal fees


    PUBLIC services union Unison was granted permission yesterday to step up its legal war against employment tribunal fees.

    Claims have slumped since the fees came into effect in 2013, especially for sex discrimination cases.

    Charges start at around £160, rising to...

    Thursday 2nd Apr 2015

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

  • Citizens Advice calls for abolition of tribunal fees


    CITIZENS Advice Scotland called yesterday for the abolition of employment tribunal fees of up to £1,200 as its research revealed a huge drop in cases since their introduction.

    The Price of Justice report, published jointly with Strathclyde University, shows that the number of...

    Saturday 28th Mar 2015

    posted by Morning Star in Britain


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