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‘Exploitation, cover up and getting rid of bad apples from Government to Employment Tribunal’

Is Government in breach of the Equality Act s.29&149 by encouraging settlements in Employment Tribunal cases and ignoring Claimant’s calls for level playing field routinely recorded hearings, reports of exploitation, or by protecting businesses? Part 3 of the Equality Act 2010 (the Act) : Services and Public Functions   S.29 (2)A service-provider (A) must not,Continue reading “‘Exploitation, cover up and getting rid of bad apples from Government to Employment Tribunal’”

Dossier on Judges Notes and the myth of obtaining those by Claimants

“The Employment Judge was also asked to comment on this. The judge stated that his notes were not as clear as he might have hoped.” Ejvet v Genesis Education Trust[2022]EAT75 Executive Summary I am an unrepresented Claimant in Employment Tribunal proceedings lasting now nearly 6 years. I went through appeal process to the ET ManchesterContinue reading “Dossier on Judges Notes and the myth of obtaining those by Claimants”

In the Supreme Court – not allowed – ECHR

Statutory framework: Affecting wider group of EU Citizens and disabled Claimants Badgering of a disabled witness, unrepresented Claimant Inequality of Arms HMCTS Statistics – 2% to 3% race discrimination success rate in a decade! There were 3599 race discrimination cases – Total number of receipts by jurisdiction, 1 April 2018 – 31st March2019. Further 3967Continue reading “In the Supreme Court – not allowed – ECHR”

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