“There are rules and reasons for the rules” as D. Kennedy said, “Legal reasoning refers to interpretative fidelity of judges who are bound by the legal formulation of the right; the duty to be faithful to it in their interpretation and application; this duty is counterbalanced so to speak by legislative duty, which is appealing to the political values of the community.” ~ A Critique of Adjudication, 
Given the Supreme Court decision this morning unanimously to allow the appeal against the Administrative Court’s refusal to judicially review Employment Tribunal fees, this post I wrote at the time needs another airing.
Any solicitor’s office in the country (except the Strand).
So, Ms Peasant you have been sacked because you are pregnant and you have come in for a free interview. Typical of your sort if I may say so.
It’s so unfair. I want to bring a claim. You do no win no fee don’t you?
WE do. The State doesn’t. Tribunal fees are £1,200.00 win or lose.
I haven’t got that sort of money! I am unemployed. I’ve been sacked.
Come, come now. I am an employment lawyer. I know the minimum wage is £6.50 an hour. Easy to remember; it is one hundredth of what I charge – 200 hours work…
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