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Sacked afp officer loses court bid to get job back at NUS BelfastTelegraph.co.uk An expelled officer was today allowed back at an indepe우리카지노ndent college, after winning a claim that he was sacked by the institution. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/fired-afp-officer-loses-court-bid-to-get-job-back-at-nus-35141859.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article35141858.ece/b2a7a/AUTOCROP/h342/nus_afp.jpg

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An expelled officer was today allowed back at an independent college, after winning a claim that he was sacked by the institution.

Belfast solicitor Ian Aikin said a court judgment had ended the long period when he and a former AFPA officer had fought to reclaim their jobs.

Their claim had been upheld in the High Court by justice Jo더킹카지노hn Brennan QC in Belfast but the decision followed a bitter court case in which the AFPA officers refused to hand over their jobs while facing disciplinary action.

They said there was a clear breach of an agreement by the university’s vice-chancellor to accept their claims for reinstatement in December 2008 when Ms Wardle was the head of the College in St Andrew’s.

But that came to naught in the High Court last December when Justice Brennan ruled that the university had failed to give “reasonable time” for them to appeal.

The court also had to decide how a new job would be granted after a previous award of more than £1 million fell through.

Mr Aikin, who represents the reinstated staff members, said: “We fought very hard to get this decision.

“It wasn’t a simple decision but it was a victory for the reinstalled members and a win for us.”

He said the AFPA officers had been denied a new job for months after a claim was madenatyasastra.com in December 2008.

That claim had fallen through because of “a legal error on the part of the college in relation to the previous reinstatement application”, he said.

The court heard in its judgment that the college had not given the reinstalled employees due process after they were first offered a job.

They then fought to reopen an appeal last December – with Ms Wardle acting as court-appointed mediator – and Mr