PSNI Holiday Pay Case listed for hearing in the Supreme Court

In November 2018, the Employment Tribunal decided that deductions from the holiday pay of 3,700 police officers and civilian support staff of the Police Service of Northern Ireland was unlawful and in breach of fundamental European law rights.  An appeal of that decision was dismissed by the Court of Appeal in June 2019.

The Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland appealed the decision of the Court of Appeal to the UK Supreme Court and the matter has now been listed for hearing in the Supreme Court on the 23rd and 24th of June 2021.

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https://mtb-law.co.uk/huge-win-for-mtbs-clients-as-tribunal-rules-psni-owes-30m-in-outstanding-holiday-pay/

https://mtb-law.co.uk/psni-and-police-authority-appeal-dismissed-settlement-for-unpaid-holiday-pay-now-estimated-at-40million/