||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 117 (May)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Bell J, Mr D Chadwick and Lord Davies of Coity
||Toby Kempster (instructed by Eversheds, Cardiff) for the employer.
||Paul Epstein (instructed by Leo Abse & Cohen, Cardiff) for the employee.
||29 January 2002
Unfair dismissal - Trade union membership and activities - Shop steward complaining to employment tribunal of unfair dismissal on account of trade union activities - Tribunal finding in employee's favour - Whether tribunal having given adequate reasons.
An employment tribunal had, taking its extended reasons for finding that an employee had been unfairly dismissed on account of his trade union activities as a whole, explained to the employer why it had lost.
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