||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 57 (Sep)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Peter Clark
||The applicant appeared in person.
||Chris Quinn (instructed by John Cawston) for the authority.
||12 September 2005
Employment tribunal - Striking out - Abuse of process - Relitigation of same issue - Tribunal chairman permitting applicant to bring fresh proceedings - Whether chairman erring in law.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal allowed the authority's appeal on the basis that the tribunal chairman should not have permitted the applicant to bring fresh employment tribunal proceedings raising a complaint that was, or should have been, raised in earlier tribunal proceedings that had been struck out.
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