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Statutory dismissal and disciplinary procedure: Failure to disclose evidence ahead of disciplinary hearing

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In Ingram v Bristol Street Parts EAT/0601/06 the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that to comply with the statutory disciplinary procedure, it is not necessary for the employer to give the employee access to all the evidence on which it intends to rely in advance of the hearing. The procedure requires only that the employee be given enough information before the hearing to allow him or her to understand the allegation and prepare an appropriate response.