The company believed that a BNP member's presence in the company was unhealthy for its other workers and customers, many of whom are asian.
The company maintained that there was no unfair dismissal, or race discrimination or any other wrong involved in the sacking. The BNP member was not therefore entitled to notice pay, or compensaton for his summary dismissal.
The dismissal was upheld by the Court of Appeal.
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