Kingfisher denies "bad faith" dismissals amid legal row with Fresh-sellers


Kingfisher has denied claims it dismissed key Fresh directors “in bad faith” in an ongoing legal spat.

In a reply to the Fresh sellers’ defence, Kingfisher denied accusations that directors Michael Wall, Stuart Whalley and Stephen Potter had been dismissed as part of a plan to avoid its obligations not to make material changes to their employment terms save in the case of gross misconduct.

The dispute, launched by Kingfisher in September 2020, has seen Kingfisher accuse the sellers of Fresh

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