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Working wholly outside Great Britain

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    Dorrington v Thompson Holidays Ltd [2001] ET/2204756/00 (0 other reports)

An employee is to be regarded as being at an establishment in Great Britain unless they work "wholly" outside of Great Britain. In deciding where an applicant works, the tribunal must look at the reality of her situation, not the strict wording of her written contract, holds a London Central employment tribunal (Chair: K. Markus) in Dorrington v Thompson Holidays Ltd.