Longstretch v Croyden College - No identifiable grounds for appeal  EAT
An Employment Tribunal deciding a case correctly will not have its decision overturned on appeal.
Ms Longstretch, a law lecturer at Croyden College, brought proceedings in the employment tribunal for discrimination when her employers terminated her fixed term contract. Her claim was dismissed.
She appealed to the EAT, the first appeal was rejected on a sift as was the second appeal she submitted. The matter eventually came before HHJ McMullen, who went carefully through the tribunal's decision. He made the following points: