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Former Cheshire East Council worker tells tribunal of “18 months of hell”

Former Cheshire East Council worker tells tribunal of “18 months of hell”

By Stephen Topping
Former Cheshire East Council employee Sue Wallace fought back tears as she asked why she would put herself through “18 months of hell” just to lie at her employment tribunal.

The former HR officer, of Connah’s Quay, has taken Cheshire East Council to an employment tribunal after her employment came to an end on December 31, 2016 – just weeks after trying to raise concerns through the whistle-blowing procedure.

June 14, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News, Politics
Tribunal involving Cheshire East Council continues despite witness marriage to judge

Tribunal involving Cheshire East Council continues despite witness marriage to judge

By Stephen Topping
A tribunal hearing involving Cheshire East Council and one of its former HR staff, could have been derailed after it emerged a witness was married to a judge.

Sue Wallace, a former HR officer from Connah’s Quay, took the case against Cheshire East Council after she was dismissed in December 2016.

June 11, 2018 0 comments Human Interest, News, Politics
Nantwich law firm Beswicks wins legal battle in HS2 land case

Nantwich law firm Beswicks wins legal battle in HS2 land case

A Nantwich law firm is celebrating victory in a complex legal battle over land required for high speed rail.

Beswicks Legal, together with Hinson Parry and Company Chartered Surveyors in Stone, won the first Lands Tribunal case against HS2 and the Secretary of State for Transport.

May 1, 2017 0 comments Business, Business
Deaf Nantwich man takes on DWP in £20k landmark case

Deaf Nantwich man takes on DWP in £20k landmark case

A deaf Nantwich man could be in line for a £20,000 payout after taking a Government department to tribunal over his benefits rights.

Steven Mifsud, of St Lawrence Court, looks set to receive up to four years of payments from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) after a long-running legal battle.

March 31, 2015 10 comments Health, Human Interest, News