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UNISON’s tribunal fee verdict is a victory for everyone in work

This is since July 2013, when fees were introduced by Chris Grayling, the then Lord Chancellor. Read the full Supreme Court […]

Article on the UNISON South East site.

UNISON’s tribunal fee verdict is a victory for everyone in work

- Employment tribunal fees were introduced on 29 July 2013. - Fees started at around £160 for a type A claim (for example […]

News, Press release on the UNISON Eastern site.

Tribunal fees; public sector pay; nurse recruitment drop

Submitted by Joe Lewis (UNISON Centre) The Llanelli Herald covered UNISON’s successful case against tribunal fees, quoting general secretary Dave Prentis and assistant general secretary Bronwyn McKenna. HR Magazine quoted general secretary Dave Prentis in a piece about public sector pay.  The Carlisle News & Star and the North West Evening Mail quoted North West […]

Media highlights, Staff notices on the Staff Intranet site.

Tribunal fees victory

Submitted by Joe Lewis (UNISON Centre) The Supreme Court – the UK’s highest court – has unanimously ruled that the government was acting unlawfully and unconstitutionally when it introduced the fees four years ago. From today, anyone who has been treated unlawfully or unfairly at work will no longer have to pay to take their […]

Media highlights, Staff notices on the Staff Intranet site.

UNISON’s tribunal fee verdict is a victory for everyone in work

- Employment tribunal fees were introduced on 29 July 2013. - Fees started at around £160 for a type A claim (for example […]

Press release on the UNISON National site.

UNISON legal victory sees employment tribunal fees scrapped

Employment tribunal fees were introduced on 29 July 2013 and started at around £160 for a type A claim, such as wage […]

Article on the UNISON National site.

The government should admit tribunal fees were a mistake, says UNISON

Tribunal fees should be scrapped immediately, before any more law-breaking employers escape punishment because […]

Article, News on the UNISON South East site.

The government should admit employment tribunal fees were a mistake and scrap them

Tribunal fees should be scrapped immediately, before any more law-breaking employers escape punishment because […]

News, Press release on the UNISON National site.

Time to end employment tribunal fees

I now call on Michael Gove to extend this move to employment tribunal fees. “Evidence shows that since tribunal fees were introduced, the number of employment tribunal […]

News, Press release on the UNISON National site.

UNISON’s battle to scrap employment tribunal fees set to continue

Ever since the government introduced tribunal fees three years ago, the number of claims has plummeted as workers have been forced to find fees of […]

Press release on the UNISON National site.

Employment tribunal fees

"We argued strongly against the introduction of these fees which represent a barrier to employment justice for working people," said Bronwyn McKenna, UNISON […]

Article on the UNISON National site.

Justice Select Committee reveals flaws in employment tribunal fees, says UNISON

"Hopefully the government will take this report seriously and get rid of fees altogether. Only then can wronged employees have any hope of their case being heard and getting the […]

News, Press release on the UNISON National site.

UNISON to continue fight over Employment Tribunal fees in Supreme Court

Timeline -        29 July 2013: Introduction of employment tribunal fees for workers wishing to lodge a claim against an employer. Workers must also pay a further fee when […]

News, Press release on the UNISON National site.

UNISON to appeal “disappointing” judicial review decision on tribunal fees

These statistics showed a very large drop in tribunal claims, which the High Court described as 'dramatic'. "The sad fact is that workers are being […]

Article on the UNISON National site.

Tribunal fees deny thousands justice, union tells MPs

Ms David told the committee that the imposition of fees "has created a more inefficient system whilst simultaneously denying access to justice to some of […]

Article on the UNISON National site.