The Union’s lawyers have finally received the Fire Service Case on Appeal to the Court of Appeal. The Fire Service has also applied to have the matter set down – i.e. seek a date for a hearing.

The Union will be following up with the Court of Appeal the need to have the case heard as soon as possible.

However, the Union’s advice is that it is likely to be at least 2 months before a hearing date will happen.

Members will be updated as further information becomes available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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