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Kedington tribunal is dropped

The consent order, issued by Judge Pritchard-Witts at the Bury St Edmunds Employment Tribunals Service on November 5, stated that the parties wished it to be known that: “Kedington Parish Council has agreed with Mrs Gloria Double and her executive representatives that due to her serious medical conditions an end has been brought to the employment tribunal proceedings. Both Kedington Parish Council and Mrs Double agreed that this concludes the case and request that this is an end to the matter. Neither party will be making any further public comment on this matter, neither now or at any time in the future.”

A tribunal between Kedington Parish Council and former councillor Gloria Double has ben dropped.

A five day hearing to the dispute, which has been ongoing since September 2010, was scheduled for early November, but was postponed for health reasons.

Employment Judge Pritchard-Witts called a discussion on the case on November 5, concerned it was taking so long, and Mrs Double’s representatives expressed that she would drop the case if the parish council did not pursue her for costs, which was agreed.

A consent order was drawn up to bring the case to a close.

The consent order, issued by Judge Pritchard-Witts at the Bury St Edmunds Employment Tribunals Service on November 5, stated that the parties wished it to be known that: “Kedington Parish Council has agreed with Mrs Gloria Double and her executive representatives that due to her serious medical conditions an end has been brought to the employment tribunal proceedings.

“Both Kedington Parish Council and Mrs Double agreed that this concludes the case and request that this is an end to the matter.

“Neither party will be making any further public comment on this matter, neither now or at any time in the future.”

For all the latest news see Thursday’s (December 13) Echo.

 

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