In Lyddon v Englefield Brickwork Ltd EAT/0301/07, the EAT held that, where an individual knew that his normal pay would include an element of holiday pay, subsequent identification in his payslip of the actual amount so allocated was sufficient to make it part of his contract, thus allowing the employer to offset those payments against the pay that was due to him when he actually took holiday.
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