Ali v Sovereign Buses (London) Ltd
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Ali v Sovereign Buses (London) Ltd EAT/0274/06 (0 other reports)
human rights | right to a fair trial | disciplinary proceedings
In Ali v Sovereign Buses (London) Ltd EAT/0274/06, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that the European Convention on Human Rights does not apply where an employee refuses to say anything at a disciplinary hearing, on the grounds that to do so might incriminate him or her in ongoing criminal proceedings.
Mr Ali, a bus driver, was accused of setting fire to a bus.