||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 02 (Jun)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Birtles, Mrs C Baelz and Mr B Gibbs
||Marc Jones of Underwoods, Hemel Hempstead for the employee.
||Andrew Short (instructed by Weightman Vizards) for the employer.
||1 May 2003
Discrimination - Racial discrimination - Employment - Employment tribunal finding employee racially discriminated against by employer - Employment tribunal making award of compensation - Reasons for decision - Adequacy of reasons.
Where the reasoning of an employment tribunal, in making an award of compensation for racial discrimination at a remedies hearing, had been inadequate and it had been impossible to understand how the tribunal had reached the figure that it had, the matter would be remitted to a differently constituted tribunal for a fresh full remedies hearing.
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