We are pleased to report that thankfully the Court of Appeal saw sense & concluded that a breach of Article 8 of the Human Rights Act can’t be claimed when any damage to relationships or reputation that result from the dismissal are a consequence of the employee’s own actions.

Basically as we understand it therefore, the tribunal will continue therefore to only consider if the employers actions in dismissing fell within a band of reasonable responses.

In this case they concluded dismissal was well within that band of reasonable responses!

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