Royal Bank of Scotland v Soper - Review reviewed  EAT
Mr Soper was employmed by the Royal Bank of Scotland. He was dismissed in 2005 and complained of unfair dismissal and unlawful discrimination contrary to the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 on the grounds of his depressive illness. His claim was struck out for want of prosecution but was reinstated after he applied for a review. The Bank appealed against the reinstatement, mainly on grounds that the application for it had been made out of time without and good reason being demonstrated for the delay.