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Commissioners of Inland Revenue v Millar - The fact that the EAT "may raise an eyebrow - or both" at a tribunal's conclusions is not sufficient to make those conclusions "perverse" [2008] EAT

This case is a good re-statement of the EAT's approach to perversity appeals.

An employment trbunal held that Mr Millar had been unfairly dismissed and had suffered disability discrimination. Inland Revenue appealed, contending that the tribunal had made errors of law because its findings of fact did not follow from the evidence before it: alternatively its conclusions were perverse.

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