Mr Gordon Flemming v East of England Ambulance Services NHS Trust: 3400184/2016 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr Gordon Flemming v East of England Ambulance Services NHS Trust: 3400184/2016 Employment Tribunal decision.

  1. The claimant’s claim that he was unfairly dismissed is well founded. 3
  2. The claim of discrimination arising from disability under the Equality Act 2010, is well-founded. The other claims under the Equality Act 2010 are not well founded and are dismissed.
  3. A remedy hearing has been set down at Norwich Employment Tribunal sitting at Norwich Magistrates Court on 4 February 2019.  This found:
    1. In compensation for the claims of discrimination arising in consequence of disability, the Respondent shall pay £92,214 to the Claimant within 21 days of the date of this Judgment.
    2. In compensation for the claims for unfair dismissal, the Respondent shall pay £4,275 to the Claimant within 21 days of the date of this Judgment.
    3. The Claimant shall be wholly liable for any income tax, national insurance contributions or other deductions including related interest, penalties, costs or expenses payable on the amounts ordered herein save for
      employer’s national insurance contributions and shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Respondent in respect of any liability that it may incur for such amounts.
Mr Gordon Flemming v East of England Ambulance Services NHS Trust: 3400184/2016
Mr Gordon Flemming v East of England Ambulance Services NHS Trust: 3400184/2016
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Mr J Thiruchelvam v The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust: 2206568/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr J Thiruchelvam v The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust: 2206568/2018 Employment Tribunal decision. The Judgment of the Tribunal is that:

  1. There is no reasonably arguable basis for the contention that the Respondent’s alleged acts during and before October 2017 were so linked with acts during and after May 2018 as to constitute a continuing act or ongoing state of affairs. The Claimant’s race discrimination complaints regarding acts during and before October 2017 were presented out of time.
  2. It is not just and equitable to extend time for discrimination complaints about acts done during and before October 2017.
  3. The Claimant’s discrimination claims relating to acts during and before October 2017 are therefore are struck out because the Tribunal does not have jurisdiction to hear them.

The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.

Mr J Thiruchelvam v The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust: 2206568/2018
Mr J Thiruchelvam v The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust: 2206568/2018
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Mr J Thiruchelvam v The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust: 2206568/2018 - Withdrawal
Mr J Thiruchelvam v The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust: 2206568/2018 - Withdrawal
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Mrs M Cahill and others v Lanarkshire Health Board: 116554/2006 and Others – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mrs M Cahill and others v Lanarkshire Health Board Employment Tribunal decision. The claims, having been withdrawn by the claimant, are dismissed under Rule 52 of the Rules contained in Schedule 1 of the Employment Tribunals (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Regulations 2013.

Mrs M Cahill and others v Lanarkshire Health Board: 116554/2006 and Others Schedule
Mrs M Cahill and others v Lanarkshire Health Board: 116554/2006 and Others Schedule
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Mrs M Cahill and others v Lanarkshire Health Board: 116554/2006 and Others Schedule
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Mr N Wainwright v Alliance Healthcare Management Services Ltd: 2602117/2019 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr N Wainwright v Alliance Healthcare Management Services Ltd Employment Tribunal decision. The respondent’s application for reconsideration of the decision to accept the claim and for reconsideration of the decision to grant the claimant’s application to amend the title of the respondent is refused.

Mr N Wainwright v Alliance Healthcare Management Services Ltd: 2602117/2019
Mr N Wainwright v Alliance Healthcare Management Services Ltd: 2602117/2019
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Mrs J Farrell v North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust: 2402484/2019 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service


Mrs J Farrell v North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.
Mrs J Farrell v North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust: 2402484/2019
Mrs J Farrell v North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust: 2402484/2019
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Miss E Mwape v University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation: 2601584/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Miss E Mwape v University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Employment Tribunal decision.

  1. The claims of age and race discrimination are dismissed as having no reasonable prospect of success.
  2. The claims that will proceed are those of detrimental treatment including dismissal by reason of whistleblowing and constructive unfair dismissal.
  3. Directions are hereinafter set out.

The complaint about notice pay is dismissed following a withdrawal by the claimant. The claimant’s remaining claim(s) will proceed to hearing on 14 October 2019.

Miss E Mwape v University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation: 2601584/2018
Miss E Mwape v University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation: 2601584/2018
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Mr Khan v West London NHS Trust: 3304269/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr Khan v West London NHS Trust Employment Tribunal decision. The complaints of unfair dismissal, including dismissal because of public interest disclosure, and discrimination because of race and religion are dismissed.

Mr Khan v West London NHS Trust: 3304269/2018
Mr Khan v West London NHS Trust: 3304269/2018
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Mr Khan v West London NHS Trust: 3304269/2018 - Reasons
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Mrs Cathrona Leeke v Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust: 3200840/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mrs Cathrona Leeke v Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust Employment Tribunal decision. Pursuant to Rule 64 of the Employment Tribunal Rules of Procedure 2013, the parties agree the following. Upon hearing Mrs Leeke, the Claimant and Mr Ian Scott, Counsel for the Respondent at a hearing on 1 August 2019 And the matter being before the Tribunal for determination of the remedies to be awarded in respect of the judgment sent to the parties on 17 July 2019. And the Claimant having confined her claims for remedy to compensation only.

    1. The Respondent does pay to the Claimant compensation of £10,000.00 in respect of the Claimant’s successful claim for unfair dismissal on procedural grounds.
    2. The recoupment provisions do not apply.
Mrs Cathrona Leeke v Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust: 3200840/2018
Mrs Cathrona Leeke v Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust: 3200840/2018
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Mr A Mayhew v NHS Foundation Sussex Partnership Trust: 2303605/2017 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr A Mayhew v NHS Foundation Sussex Partnership Trust Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the Claimant.

Mr A Mayhew V NHS Foundation Sussex Partnership Trust 2303605-2017 Withdrawal
Mr A Mayhew V NHS Foundation Sussex Partnership Trust 2303605-2017 Withdrawal
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Ms F Burns v University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust: 1303330/2017 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Ms F Burns v University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust Employment Tribunal decision. Reserved judgement is:

  1. The respondent’s application that the tribunal recuse itself is refused.
  2. Written reasons for the tribunal’s decision to permit the claimant to amend her claim having also been requested in accordance with Rule 62(3) of the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013, reasons below are provided for both decisions.
Ms F Burns v University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust: 1303330/2017
Ms F Burns v University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust: 1303330/2017
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Mr K Waller v West Herts Hospitals Trust: 3300535/2019 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr K Waller v West Herts Hospitals Trust Employment Tribunal decision.The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.

Mr K Waller -v- West Herts Hospitals Trust - 3300535-2019- Dismissal
Mr K Waller -v- West Herts Hospitals Trust - 3300535-2019- Dismissal
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Mr Y Abiri-Osei v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust: 2207226/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr Y Abiri-Osei v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Employment Tribunal decision. It is the unanimous decision of the Employment Tribunal that the claimant’s claims of discrimination and constructive dismissal fail and are hereby dismissed.

Mr Abiri-Osei  V  Imperial College  Health Care NHS Trust - Judgment
Mr Abiri-Osei V Imperial College Health Care NHS Trust - Judgment
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Mr G Plows v NHS Professionals Ltd: 2417200/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mr G Plows v NHS Professionals Ltd: 2417200/2018 Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.

Mr G Plows v NHS Professionals Ltd: 2417200/2018
Mr G Plows v NHS Professionals Ltd: 2417200/2018
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Miss O Miskimin v Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust: 2411660/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Miss O Miskimin v Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust: 2411660/2018 Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.

Miss O Miskimin v Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust: 2411660/2018
Miss O Miskimin v Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust: 2411660/2018
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Miss R Cutts v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust: 2410215/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Miss R Cutts v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claims by the claimant.

Miss R Cutts v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust: 2410215/2018
Miss R Cutts v Stockport NHS Foundation Trust: 2410215/2018
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Dr E L Fitzpatrick v Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust: 1805800/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Dr E L Fitzpatrick v Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust Employment Tribunal decision. The unanimous decision of the Tribunal is that:-

  1. The Tribunal does have jurisdiction to consider the complaint under the Equality Act 2010 section 20(5) and/or section 20(3).
  2. However that complaint is not made out and so is dismissed.
  3. The complaint under the Equality Act 2010 section 15 also fails.
  4. The claimant was fairly dismissed and accordingly the unfair dismissal complaint under the Employment Rights Act 1996 also fails.
Dr E L Fitzpatrick v Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust: 1805800/2018
Dr E L Fitzpatrick v Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust: 1805800/2018
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Mrs A A Balakumar v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and others: 2201371/2015 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Mrs A A Balakumar v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and others Employment Tribunal decision. Reserved costs judgement is:
  1. The application to postpone the hearing is refused.
  2. There was no concluded agreement that the respondent would withdraw the application if the claimant did not proceed with an appeal from the EAT.
  3. The claimant conducted the claim unreasonably and is ordered under rule 76 to pay the respondent £7,500 as a contribution to costs.
  4. The respondents to the wasted costs appeal are ordered to disclose to the respondent Trust, no later than 11 October 2019, and sooner if they come to hand before, copies of documents relevant to the terms on which they represented the claimant at the hearing in December 2015, to include documents prepared at any earlier date in the proceedings. If it is contended that some part of any document is privileged it may be suitablyredacted. Any dispute on privilege should be referred to the tribunal and if necessary another judge will decide that dispute.
  5. The wasted costs application will be decided at a further hearing on 14 November 2019.

The claimant’s application dated 5 September 2019 for reconsideration of the judgment sent to the parties on 23 August 2019 is refused under rule 72 of the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013.

Mrs A A Balakumar v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and others: 2201371/2015
Mrs A A Balakumar v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and others: 2201371/2015
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Ms S Baker v East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust: 2401812/2019 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Ms S Baker v East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.
Ms S Baker v East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust: 2401812/2019
Ms S Baker v East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust: 2401812/2019
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Local Authority Health Profiles: Data included in 22 October 2019 publication – Public Health England

Tables of the indicator updates included in the Local Authority Health Profiles. The Local Authority Health Profiles are intended to help local government and health services make plans to improve local people’s health and reduce health inequalities. Indicators in the Local Authority Health Profiles are taken from other published PHE profiles tools, mainly the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF).

Local Authority Health Profiles: Data included in 22 October 2019 publication
Local Authority Health Profiles: Data included in 22 October 2019 publication
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A healthy foundation for the future: The final report of the young people’s future health inquiry – The Health Foundation

A healthy foundation for the future: the final report of the young people’s future health inquiry from the Health Foundation summarises the work of a two-year inquiry into young people’s future health. It urges the government to overhaul policies across housing, transport and education and adopt a whole government approach to secure the future health of today’s young people. Key recommendations include:

  • a government review of the impact of the exam system and the ‘teach to test’ culture on the mental health of young people.
  • significant reforms to the private rental sector including developing minimum standards for landlords and greater support for ‘build to rent’ schemes so that young people can put down roots and feel a sense of ‘home’.
  • ending the postcode lottery in access to discounted and free transport for students and young people seeking employment.
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