Ahir v Continental Tyre Group - being a litigant in person is no excuse for missing EAT time limits

Time limits in the EAT are strict; they are limits, not "targets", and will be applied consistently and coherently. In particular, it is not a good excuse for missing the time limit that an appellant is a litigant in person.

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