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Fair dismissal for failure to produce evidence of right to work in UK | Personnel Today
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An employment tribunal held that an employee was fairly dismissed after failing to produce evidence of his right to work in the UK.
Interesting, if depressing. Hopefully this will be going up to the Employment Appeal Tribunal, if only so that we can see the law and reasoning behind it in a published determination.