WEU wins Unfair Dismissal case for Care Worker over Covid 19 ‘Vaccine’.

"...There was no legislation in place which mandated that Mr Trotman had to have the Covid 19 vaccine or provide an exemption certificate at the time of his dismissal on 23rd December 2021, the legislations were not due to come into force until 1st April 2022.

The employer rejected the WEU exemption certificate issued on behalf of Mr Trotman, and Mr Trotman’s self certification, both of which were allowed under the legislation, but insisted he had to follow the NHS exemption route, something that was not in the legislation.

The Judge highlighted that the company had clearly not understood the differences between Statutory law, Secondary legislation, Case law, and Government guidance...."

https://www.workersofengland.co.uk/latest-news/weu-wins-unfair-dismissal-case-for-care-worker-over-covid-19-vaccine/
WEU wins Unfair Dismissal case for Care Worker over Covid 19 ‘Vaccine’. "...There was no legislation in place which mandated that Mr Trotman had to have the Covid 19 vaccine or provide an exemption certificate at the time of his dismissal on 23rd December 2021, the legislations were not due to come into force until 1st April 2022. The employer rejected the WEU exemption certificate issued on behalf of Mr Trotman, and Mr Trotman’s self certification, both of which were allowed under the legislation, but insisted he had to follow the NHS exemption route, something that was not in the legislation. The Judge highlighted that the company had clearly not understood the differences between Statutory law, Secondary legislation, Case law, and Government guidance...." https://www.workersofengland.co.uk/latest-news/weu-wins-unfair-dismissal-case-for-care-worker-over-covid-19-vaccine/
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