||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 21 (Dec)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Peter Clark, Mr P Dawson and Mr J Rivers
||4 December 2001
Practice - Striking out - Abuse of process - Employment tribunal - Appellant presenting second complaint containing points raised in first complaint - Complaints struck out by tribunal - Whether tribunal erring in law.
The question of compatibility between the principle of a fair trial contained in the European Convention on Human Rights, and the employment tribunal's power to strike out under the procedural rules, did not arise in the instant case. Accordingly, the tribunal was entitled to strike out those parts of the second complaint which coincided with claims raised in the first complaint.
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