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30 August 2011
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Underhill J (P); Mr C Edwards; Dr B Fitzgerald MBE LLD FRSA
A period of ‘lay-over' during which an employee is required to stay in hotel accommodation paid for by the employer close to where the employee would be required to work the following day was not ‘working time' for the purposes of the national minimum wage.
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