A v B and C - only cases that are "merely fanciful" should be dismissed as having "no reasonable prospects of success"

If an Employment Tribunal claim has a prospect which is "more than fanciful" then it should not be dismissed for having 'no reasonable prospect of success'; it should proceed to a full hearing on the facts.

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