R (SR) v FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL  UKUT 460 The Applicant had been awarded £36,654 by the First Tier Tribunal in April 2009. She applied for judicial review of that decision. She had been a lecturer in the textile department of a college of further education and in June 2002 was subjected to a serious assault at the college, leaving her with serious psychiatric injury. Her initial claim did not contain any claim for loss of earnings. By the time she reached the First Tier Tribunal, her evidence was that she had lost the chance of promotion. Full report here.
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