Commentary

(c) Effect of the Practice Directions

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(c) Effect of the Practice Directions

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(c)     Effect of the Practice Directions

For the present, Bear Scotland remains good law in Great Britain. The practical effect is that where there is a series of deductions that includes gaps of more than three months then (whether there is an EU dimension to the case or not) claimants will have to consider bringing a fresh tribunal claim each time the chain is broken to safeguard their rights. Alternatively, they may be able to rely on the EAT's decision in Prakash v Wolverhampton City Council UKEAT/0140/6 (6 September 2006, unreported) which states that in principle there is no reason

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