- Protection against dismissal for trade union activities does not cover the use of unlawfully obtained documents (News, 25 January 2017)
- Impact of this case
- Relevant law
- Background facts and employment tribunal decision
- Judgment of the EAT
As a matter of principle, dismissal for the retention of unlawfully obtained information for trade union activities in general does not enjoy the protection of the Trade Union Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, s 152, which makes dismissal for trade union activities automatically unfair. EAT: Metrolink Ratpdev Ltd v Morris.
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