Employment tribunal fees gone, claims up unless…

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Two weeks ago, the Supreme Court ruled that the policy of charging employment tribunal (ET) fees of up to £1,200 prevents workers, especially those on lower incomes, from accessing justice and disproportionately affects women.

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The Court heard that since the introduction of these significant fees in 2013, the number of ET claims brought had fallen by over 70%. It follows that the removal of these charges is likely to result in an equivalent increase, since there is no basis for arguing that the number of potential claimants

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