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Mackenzie v Billing Aquadrome Ltd - ET's duty to determine matters remitted to it by EAT, whatever its own views on that may be

When the EAT remits a matter for rehearing by an employment tribunal, and sets out in its order what issues the tribunal must determine, then those are the issues that the tribunal has a duty to decide upon. Whether the tribunal agrees with the EAT's approach or its reasons is neither here nor there - and it does not engender confidence in the process if it makes its views loudly and clearly known.  

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