||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 130 (Jan)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Wall J, Ms S Corby, Mrs R Vickers
||Naomi Cunningham (instructed by the Free Representation Unit) for the employee.
||Stuart Armstrong (instructed by DKLL, Selsdon) for the employer.
||23 October 2002
Employment - Employment tribunal - Procedure - Permission to amend complaint - Tribunal refusing permission to amend - Validity of decision.
In all the circumstances, although an employment tribunal's reasons for refusing an employee permission to amend his complaint was open to attack, because the amendment, even if allowed, would have made no difference to the outcome of the case, the appeal would none the less be dismissed.
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