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Fees for employment tribunals begin

Controversial fees are being introduced for workers who take their employers to court. Workers will have to pay £160 or £250 to lodge a claim and a charge of either £230 or £950 if the case goes ahead.

Some lawyers are warning that the new charges will dissuade many employees from making legitimate claims about discrimination in the workplace.

Emma Simpson reports.

  • 29 Jul 2013
  • From the section UK
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