A v B - dismissal was fair following allegations of criminal behaviour, although without any conviction, and anonymity could be preserved

An employee was fairly dismissed by a public authority following police "disclosure" that he had been engaged in paedophile activity although he had not been convicted of any offence.   Notwithstanding a possible error in the drafting of the EAT rules of procedure the EAT found it had power to make a "permanent anonymity order".

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