Ugiagbe v Tower Hamlets Primary Care Trust - EAT not concerned with viewing evidential material differently [2013] EAT

EAT is not concerned with whether evidential material could be viewed differently with a different outcome

Mr Ugiagbe, a Nurse Recruitment and Retention coordinator, was dismissed following a restructuring and his redundancy. He issued claims of unfair dismissal and race discrimination in March 2007. The race discrimination claim was rejected by reason of the statutory grievance procedures not having been complied with. A second claim was made in June 2007. The cases were heard in 2008. Mr Ugiagbe succeeded on his unfair dismissal case and also on part of his race discrimination claim. Tower Hamlets PCT appealed the race discrimination allegations, their appeal succeeded and was remitted to be re-heard by a differently constituted ET.

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