Employment tribunal – Procedure. The employment tribunal had dismissed the employee's claim that the employer, in refusing the employee time off to attend a church harvest, had directly discriminated against the employee on the grounds of his religion and belief. The Employment Appeal Tribunal, in allowing the employee's appeal, held, inter alia, that although the tribunal might well have had in mind the answers to the central issues, it had insufficiently expressed its findings on them in order for an appellate court to be confident that it had done so. Accordingly, the matter would be remitted to the same tribunal for consideration.