Wainwright & Cummins v Snowdon - not for EAT to substitute its own findings of fact

Where ET did not find Claimant culpable for her own dismissal it was not for the EAT to substitute its own findings of fact for those of the ET

Miss Snowdon, a secretary, brought claims against her former employer, a firm of solicitors, for compensation for unfair dismissal, for arrears of holiday pay and for an award in respect of a failure to provide written terms and conditions of employment.

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