Where there is a continuing failure to make reasonable adjustments under the Disability Discrimination Act or a continuing act of some other form of discrimination, one grievance letter should be sufficient to comply with the statutory grievance procedure according to a recent EAT decision. It is not necessary to send a continuous stream of grievances in relation to a continuing complaint, provided that the subject matter is essentially the same eg a failure to offer training or find suitable vacancies. Where there are discrete and separate acts of discrimination, it will be necessary to raise each in a separate grievance letter to ensure compliance with the statutory grievance procedures and to ensure the tribunal has jurisdiction to hear the claim. (Smith v Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd)