Kaltz Ltd v Hamer - tribunal failed to properly consider impact of contributory misconduct on remedy

If a tribunal decides that there should be no deduction from compensation for unfair dismissal on the grounds of a claimant's contributory conduct, yet it has found as a fact that the dismissal was for gross misconduct on a number of grounds, then it should explain why those findings have no bearing on the question of remedy.  

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