More on redundancy: custom and practice
The test on custom and practice is an objective one. It is necessary to take account of all the circumstances known, or that should reasonably have been known, by employees when considering this question. Underhill LJ in the Court of Appeal has set out a non-exhaustive list of the relevant questions that must be addressed…
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