Back in February I wrote a post on the judgment of the Employment Tribunal in Seyi Omooba v Michael Garret Associates Ltd. The main conclusion: Employment Tribunals have become the free speech front line.
Thinking also of the Seyi Omooba case and the (presumably) forthcoming case concerning the suspended Batley teacher: Employment Tribunals are now the free speech front line. https://t.co/D18HEinf7q— Robert Sharp रोबर्ट शार्प (@robertsharp59) April 9, 2021
Last week I went to look for the post in order to tweet it at Sean Jones QC (see above), only to discover I had never actually published it!
I have now made it live and it appears further down this blog’s timeline. You can read it here.