University of Warwick v Gray - Tribunal substituted own view of what was reasonable rather than considering how it appeared to decision maker [2010] EAT

When considering the fairness of a decision to dismiss for misconduct, it is not a question of what appears reasonable to the tribunal, testing credibility before it, but what a reasonable deciding officer would make of the material before him.

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