Stuart v London City Airport Ltd - EAT view on reasonableness may legitimately differ from ET, but that does not in itself justify interference

Although assessing the reasonableness of a dismissal must be done objectively, there is inevitably a degree of judgment and evaluation involved. Views on that may reasonably differ, but the EAT must bear in mind that this may not entitle it to interfere with a Tribunal's decision if it reached it conscientiously and avoiding substitution.

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