In Taylor v East Midlands Offender Employment  IRLR 760 EAT, the EAT held that, where someone has an entitlement to 10 days' holiday based on two working weeks, that means an entitlement to 14 calendar days, taking into account the two weekends. Therefore, their entitlement to holiday pay should be "grossed up" to 14 days, calculated at 1/365th of gross annual salary.
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