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 Update number 475 • 27 March 2020

The level of compensation for injury to feelings in Equality Act claims has been increased.

The Presidents of the Employment Tribunals (England, Wales & Scotland) have updated the Vento compensation bands for injury to feelings.

The new rates apply to claims presented on or after 6 April 2020 and will be:

Lower band

£900 - £9,000

Where the discrimination has been less serious than the middle band, or an isolated occurrence. Many cases fall into this category.

Middle band

£9,000 – £27,000

Where there has been repeated or continuing discrimination of a more serious kind.

Upper band

£27,000 - £45,000

Cases where there has been extremely serious discrimination, usually consisting of prolonged and consistent harassment. Very few cases fall into this band.

Compensation in excess of £45,000 may be awarded in very exceptional cases.  

We will be updating the Employment Law Briefing on Compensation & Remedies shortly.

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Education professionals may be affected by a landmark legal case that the Government has lost concerning the introduction of reformed public sector pensions.

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The supreme court has ruled today that employment tribunal fees charged since 2013 are unlawful. 

Trade union Unison brought the legal challenge against these fees, which could reach £1,200.

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Submission by Prospect to the Ministry of Justice


Prospect is an independent trade union representing over 138,000 members in the public and private sectors. Our members work in a range of jobs in both the public and private sectors in a variety of different areas including in aviation, agriculture, broadcasting, entertainment and media, defence, education, energy, environment, heritage, industry, scientific research and telecommunications. Read more in the full PDF version.

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