Mrs A Mountney versus Wirral Council – Verdict Soon !

vernon-street-civil-and-family-court-liverpool

Vernon Street Civil and Family Court, Liverpool L2 2BX.  A neat, well-designed, attractive building. Will justice be equally smart?


THE VERDICT IS NOW IN >>>>>>>


9th February 2017

This important Employment Tribunal case finally closed today and a verdict is expected at 12pm tomorrow, 10th February 2017.

We know who the Wirral public will be supporting here – and it is not Wirral Council.

The fact that this notorious, scandal-ridden public body is in a position to plough huge, possibly six figure sums of public money into such expensive, hideously misconceived, steamrollering abuses of power and people is nothing short of shameful.

Please watch this space !


10th February 2017 – 14:42

At the time of writing, we’ve been unable to locate Judge Robinson’s judgment online.  We sent the following email this afternoon:

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Paul Cardin
Date: Fri, Feb 10, 2017 at 2:43 PM
Subject: Re: Listing
To: “Ryder, Linda” <Linda.Ryder@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk>

Hi Linda,

The case referred to in the email trail above is Mrs A Mountney versus Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council, held before Judge Robinson.
The case number is 2400718/16
I had heard that the judgment would be reached today at 12 noon.  If possible could you forward the judgment or point me to any online resource which may list the details?
Many thanks,
Paul Cardin

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