GAP Personnel Franchises Ltd v Robinson - Was acceptance of lower mileage allowance affirmation of contract? [2007] EAT

Mr Robinson's contract of employment expressly stated that GAP would pay his mileage expenses at 25p per mile. His first month's expenses were only paid at 15p, and he was told that was "company policy". He thereafter submitted his claims at 15p per mile - faced, as he put it, with a fait accompli. After 9 months he resigned - and a tribunal upheld his claim for unlawful deduction from wages. GAP appealed

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