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29 November 2011
Lord Phillips P, Lord Hope DP, Lord Rodger, Lady Hale, Lord Brown; Lord Mance; Lord Kerr; Lord Dyson
An employment tribunal is entitled to exclude a claimant and his representative from those parts of a tribunal hearing when ‘closed evidence' is being given which, if disclosed, might threaten national security.
T worked for the Home Office. He was suspended on basic pay when his brother and cousin were arrested during a counter-terrorism investigation. He then had his security clearance withdrawn. He complained to a tribunal that the suspension and withdrawal of security clearance amounted to race discrimination.
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