Iteshi v British Telecommunications - The "fraudulent judges" of the EAT: HHJ McMullen chooses to "differ" [2011] EAT

There is no logic to the argument that, since the Claimant takes no drink or drugs and is not a madman, any judge who finds against him must be wrong or biased.

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