Fees for those bringing employment tribunal cases to court are unlawful, the Supreme Court has ruled.
The court found that the fees, which were introduced in 2013, prevented access to justice for workers unable to fund their case.
The government brought fees in to reduce the number of malicious and weak cases, but that led to a 79% reduction in cases over three years.
The government will have to pay back the £32m in fees paid by claimants.
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