56-year old Anthony was fired, he believes unfairly, from the company that employed him as a driver. He was accused of denting two vehicles and not admitting the damage, but argues that the vehicles were dented by other employees and he did not report the damage because he saw no need, since he assumed it was historic. He says, “I wanted my job back; it was a good job. But I also wanted to prove them wrong because they were accusing me of something I didn’t do.” However, he had to abandon his plans to take his employers to court after fees of up to £1200 were brought in for employment tribunals. Following his dismissal, he got into debt, so paying the fees was unthinkable.

Source: http://figr.es/s602