Not to be confused with Wrongful dismissal in the United Kingdom. Unfair dismissal in the United Kingdom is the part of UK labour law that requires fair, just and reasonable treatment by employers in cases where a person’s job could be terminated. The Employment Tribunal will judge the reasonableness of the employer’s decision to dismiss on the standard of a “band of reasonable responses” assessing whether the employer’s decision was one which falls outside the range of reasonable responses of reasonable employers. In 1968, Lord Donovan led the Royal Commission on Trade Unions and Employers’ Associations. This recommended a statutory system of remedies for unfair dismissal. The recommendation was put into the Industrial Relations Act 1971. It may or may not involve discrimination under statute.