Employment – Remuneration. The employee had brought a claim in the employment tribunal (the tribunal) for unlawful deductions from wages. In dismissing the employee's appeal against the rejection of her claim, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the tribunal, in a sufficiently reasoned decision, had been entitled to find that the payments had been discretionary under an honorarium scheme and that the employer had been entitled to stop the payments following a re-evaluation of the employee's job title and description.