Uni extends voluntary redundancy deadline
The UK has extended voluntary redundancy rules after a member of the public told a TV crew he had been in work just 40 days befo바카라사이트re his death.
Martin Ridsdale, 38, was killed in a car crash in July 2004.
The family have been made redundant for 12 months for the last three years.
Martin Ridsdale was killed in a car crash in July 2004. He was due to go on sick pay for that time
Fired: Martin Ridsdale
Mr Ridsdale’s sister Julie said she thought Mr Ridsdale would have been put on leave but he was not.
‘He was a very nice man, a loving dad who made a huge impact on our life,’ she said.
She said her brother’s death would have affected everyone, although she believed his colleagues thought he was on ‘a golden streak’ when he died.
‘A lot of people were worried about him because he was one of the most well loved people in the department.
‘The public didn’t know his family very well – his family was a bit more well-placed and he was well known and well-respe바카라cted.
Mr Ridsdale’s sister Julie said she thought he would have been put on leave but he was not. Martin Ridsdale was a very nice man, a loving dad who made a huge impact on our life
‘My brothers and I met at university and he was my first love, he was in my dreams.’
Julie told the MailOnline: ‘He said he was going to live another 18 months.
‘We were devastated by the news yesterday – he was loved. The last thing I wanted was his life to end like this.’
Mr Ridsdale, from Oxford, was shot dead just before 9am on Friday July 28, 2004 and is buried in a family plot in Taunton-on-Thames near Newcastle.
In 2007 the High Court ruled there should be a voluntary redundancy scheme set up after the scheme ran into difficulties.