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A councillor who claimed she was the victim of discrimination after the SNP removed her from a list of approved MSP candidates has had her action rejected by an employment tribunal after it was deemed that her claim lacked jurisdiction.

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Edinburgh and other areas in the East of Scotland could be affected by a postal worker strike after Royal Mail went against the advice of an employment tribunal and refused to reinstate a postal worker they had dismissed.

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The Scottish Government are to consider scrapping employment tribunal fees if they are able to transfer the necessary powers from Westminster.

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A Sikh postman has won his employment case against Disney after he accused the company of keeping him segregated and separated from co-workers and visitors to the park.

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A survey from a report from Hugh James Solicitors has found that the number of employment tribunals has risen significantly despite attempts to reduce the number. The research found that the number of claims had risen by 16% in six months with over 10,500 employment cases in the UK each year.

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