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Unfair dismissal: No liability in tort for inducing unfair dismissal

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    Wilson v The Housing Corporation [1997] IRLR 346 HC (0 other reports)

There is no tort of inducing unfair dismissal, the High Court holds in Wilson v The Housing Corporation [1997] IRLR 346. This is because unfair dismissal is not actionable in the courts but is capable of redress only by industrial tribunals and the EAT under the specific statutory regime created by Parliament to deal with it.