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Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council v Scanlon - Employment tribunal cannot stray outside established "factual parameters" when re-considering case remitted back to it by EAT [2008] EAT

An employment tribunal concluded that Redcar dismissal of Mrs Scanlon was unlawful sex discrimination/victimisation and because she had made a protected disclosure. This was a repeat of its previous conclusions - the case was before it a second time having been remitted to it by the EAT following a successful appeal by the Council (see Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council v Scanlon - "causation test" in whistleblowing and victimisation case - EAT 22.5.07). This time the EAT dismissed Redcar's appeal.

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