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22 June 2011
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Richardson J; Mr D Evans CBE; Mr B Warman
Dismissal for refusing to work in circumstances of danger may be automatically unfair. The EAT holds that the test is whether there are circumstances of danger (so there must be a danger in the first place) which employee believes are serious and imminent.
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