Lyddon v Englefield Brickwork Ltd - No claim for holiday pay on ending of contract where rolling-up of holiday pay clearly agreed by employee  EAT
Mr Lyddon was employed by the Brickworks for 17 weeks. He had no written contract but, as he was advised verbally would be the case, he received "rolled up holiday pay" (a payment part as wages for work done and part as pay for holiday not yet taken). He took two week's leave. When his contract ended he claimed that he had not been paid for his leave. An employment tribunal rejected his claim. He appealed but has lost.