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- Chandhok & Anor v Tirkey (Race Discrimination), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, December 19, 2014,  UKEAT 0190_14_1912
The Claimant worked for the Respondents as a domestic worker. She claimed that they treated her badly and in a demeaning manner, and (by amendment) that this was in part because of her low status which was infected with considerations of caste. The Respondents applied to strike out this amendment, on the ground that ``caste'' did not fall within
- London Borough of Hillingdon v Gormanley & Ors (Transfer of Undertakings: Entity), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, December 19, 2014,  UKEAT 0169_14_1912
In deciding whether Claimants have been assigned to an organised grouping of employees within the meaning of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 the Employment Judge failed to consider the organisational structure of the putative transferor and the role of the claimants, including their contractual obligations,
- Steel v London Borough of Haringey (Unlawful Deduction from Wages), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, December 19, 2014,  UKEAT 0350_13_1912
Complaint of unlawful deduction from wages arising from the Respondent's failure to pay the Claimant at scale 4; the level at which her job had been evaluated as part of a benchmarking process prior to implementation of Single Status. The ET found the local Single Status Agreement was varied by agreement between management and trade unions so ear...
- Regina (Natural England) v Day, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, December 18, 2014,  EWCA Crim 2683
1. In October 2010 the appellant, Philip Day, a man of enormous wealth and who employs 10,000 people through the companies controlled by him, acquired with his wife the Hayton Estate near Brampton, Carlisle, Cumbria. The estate comprises about 500 acres, mainly of woodland. Part of the estate is bounded by the River Gelt, which runs along the eas...
- B (Children), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 18, 2014,  EWCA Civ 1623
1. This is an appeal from the judgment of His Honour Judge Levey sitting in the Portsmouth County Court, in which he made certain findings of fact potentially relevant to certain applications before him. 2. The findings were made in the context of family proceedings relating to two children. The first, O, was born on 20 April 2006 and the second,
- M, R (on the application of) v Hampshire Constabulary & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 18, 2014,  EWCA Civ 1651
1. In 1997 the appellant, M, was convicted of a number of serious sexual offences in respect of which he was sentenced to four years' imprisonment. As a result he became obliged to comply with the notification requirements of Part 2 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 for life. The statutory framework 2. Section 325 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 re...
- Nata Lee Ltd v Abid & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 18, 2014,  EWCA Civ 1652
1. This is an appeal against the Order of District Judge Langley made in the Central London County Court on 5th November 2013, in which she made detailed declarations after a liability-only trial of a claim by the respondents, Mr. and Mrs. Abid, against the defendant, Nata Lee Limited, for trespass and interference with a right of way. After a thr...
- P (A Child), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 18, 2014,  EWCA Civ 1648
1. This is an appeal by JP (the father), from the making of care and placement orders by Mr Recorder Bullock on the 31st July 2013 in relation to his daughter S, who was born on the 2nd June 2011 and is now 3 years 5 months old. 2. The essential issue in the case is whether the accepted inadequacies in the judgment are such that, not withstanding
- De Silva v R, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, December 17, 2014,  EWCA Crim 2616
1. This is a renewed application for leave to appeal against a sentence for an offence of murder of life imprisonment with a minimum term of 32 years passed on 28 February 2014 by HHJ Pontius sitting at the Central Criminal Court. At the conclusion of the hearing we indicated that we would grant leave and would reserve our decision having heard sub...
- The Secretary of State for the Home Department v AJ (Angola), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 17, 2014,  EWCA Civ 1636
1. This is the judgment in respect of two appeals, AJ (Angola) and AJ (Gambia), both of which raise issues regarding the proper approach for the Tribunal to adopt in dealing with deportation of foreigners who have committed crimes while in the United Kingdom. The individuals concerned are foreign criminals, as defined by section 32 of the UK Border...