- The Tribunals Service was created in April 2006, as an Executive Agency of the Ministry of Justice. Our mission is to establish, for the first time, a unified administration for the tribunals system.
- Our goal is to ensure that the public at large have the opportunity to exercise their rights and to seek effective redress against Government decisions, and to help settle disputes between employers and employees.
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- 20 March 2009 1700hrs
FIRE AT FIELD HOUSE
Following the fire at Field House, we now understand that the building is likely to be out of commission for a considerable time.
Therefore, all Asylum and Immigration cases listed for hearings there from Monday 23 March through to Wednesday 25 March have been postponed.
AIT Hearings for Thursday 26th and Friday 27th will take place in our Taylor House Hearing Centre, Rosebery Avenue, London. Hearings for week commencing 30th March will be heard in other venues. All parties will be notified of new venues for their cases as soon as possible.
Any queries about Asylum and Immigration cases should be directed to Customer Service Centre on 0845 600 0877.
Separate arrangements are being made for other tribunal jurisdictions whose cases are due to be heard at Field House and the Tribunals Service will contact the parties involved directly about these.
- 19 March 2009
Number of equal pay cases increases ten-fold over five years
Figures released by the Tribunals Service today show there has been a significant increase in the number of equal pay claims going to Employment Tribunals.
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