EAT finds the tribunal’s judgment in Windle v West Yorkshire Police was not Meek compliant


In Windle v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police & Ors, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has found that a judgment of the employment tribunal was not Meek compliant in respect of five of the eight claims before. In doing so, the EAT gave some guidance on the right balance for an appellate tribunal to strike when it assesses the reasons given for a decision by an employment tribunal.


Nathan Roberts, who did not appear at first instance, represented Dr Windle on appeal, on the instruction of Leigh Day.