Knight v Attorney General

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
CourtEmployment Appeal Tribunal
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12 cases
  • Gilham v Ministry for Justice
    • United Kingdom
    • Employment Appeal Tribunal
    • Invalid date
  • Chief Constable of Bedfordshire Polive v Liversidge
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 24 Mayo 2002 otherwise why is the scope of its application limited to Parts II and IV rather than to the whole Act? In Knight v Attorney General [1979] ICR 194, the EAT, Slynn J presiding, accepted an argument on those lines. Mrs Cox had no answer to this point, which seems to me to be correct. 75 Ac......
  • Hashwani v Jivraj
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 26 Junio 2009
    ...the general context of employment, it has been held that judges, magistrates and tribunal chairmen are not employed: i) In Knight v A-G [1979] ICR 194 an aspiring magistrate made a complaint under the Sexual Discrimination Act 1976. The definition of the employment for the purposes of the ......
  • Hashwani v Jivraj
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 22 Junio 2010
    ...fact that judges, magistrates and those in similar positions are not normally regarded as employees. He relied on Knight v A-G [1979] I.C.R. 194 (magistrates), Perceval Price v Department of Economic Development [2000] IRLR 380 (tribunal chairmen) and Department for Constitutional Affairs......
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