Employment – Employment tribunal. The employee brought various complaints of race and disability discrimination before the employment tribunal. An employment judge struck out a number of those complaints as out of time and the employee appealed. The Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the judge had erred in his characterisation of one of the complaints as being solely a matter of race discrimination. Save on that point, the appeal would be dismissed as there had been no continuing act or state of affairs such as to mean that the other complaints had been in time.