Employment tribunals are now reported to be making decisions concerning fees which consider the Supreme Court's decision R (on the application of UNISON) v Lord Chancellor [2017] UKSC 51 that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful. For example, the Sheffield employment tribunal reportedly decided not to order an employer to pay a successful claimant's tribunal fees, reasoning that the claimant would in the near future be able to recover these fees from the Government. An employment judge in the Southampton employment tribunal acknowledged a claimant's argument that the time limit for a discrimination claim should be extended due to an inability to pay tribunal fees (although the extension was in fact granted for other reasons). It has also been reported that a number of tribunals have reinstated cases which were previously struck out for non-payment of fees.