Hi guys, I usually live over on the LCD, Sky and PC parts of the forum, but I have a plea for help. I'm skint, was pretty much upto my eyeballs in debt before I started to get it all back together over the last month or two, and I've just been sacked. My employer has been paying me less than I should have been getting for some time, has a very clear reason for wanting rid of me and has finally found an excuse to do so and sacked me. Their reasons and procedures are all flawed, so much so that I can't help but think they don't have a leg to stand on, but I need to add structure and clear legal information (incl. case precedents if possible) to both my grievance I am raising and my appeal against dismissal (the appeal process is within the university at the first instance, then it goes to a tribunal or acas conciliation after this) I am also having to submit a subject access request to reclaim my personal files and emails which access was terminated to immediately - some of this information is vital to my appeal and the appeal has a shorter timescale than the data protection request.... Issues are complicated by my recent applications for other jobs which there have been rumours of my line manager being restricted from providing references for (although I have checked with the university policy and he should provide one anyway) If anyone can offer cheap or free legal advice, pref. by email as it'll take less of your time to look at stuff, then I would be most grateful and will endeavour to return the favour as soon as feasible to do so.