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HOLIDAY PAY: The next chapter

06 February 2015  

The government’s attempt to limit claims for unpaid holiday could be undermined by a new ruling, warns Louise Mason

In the wake of the ruling in Bear Scotland v Fulton [2014], the government has introduced legislation limiting a worker’s ability to claim for underpaid backdated holiday pay.

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  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Barber v RJB Mining (UK) Ltd [1999] IRLR 308

    Bear Scotland & ors v Fulton & ors [2014] UKEAT 0047/13

    British Airways PLC v Williams & Ors [2012] UKSC 43

    HM Revenue & Customs v Stringer & ors [2009] UKHL 31

    Case C-539/12 Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd [2014] First Chamber, 22 May

    NHS Leeds v Larner [2012] EWCA Civ 1034

    C-277/08 Pereda v Madrid Movilidad SA [2010] 1 CMLR 3

    The Sash Window Workshop & anor v King [2014] UKEAT 0057/14

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