Igbinake v Clarkson House - "full written reasons" means exactly that, not just the answer to a particular question

If a party requests full written reasons from an employment tribunal that is exactly what should be provided: there is no basis within the Rules for providing written reasons that are limited to any specific question raised in the request.

Care assistant Mrs Igbinake resigned in circumstances she contended amounted to constructive dismissal. An employment tribunal, however, subsequently dismissed her claims for unfair dismissal and race discrimination.

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