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Hi there quite a few of these questions i cannot really answer as they would be pure speculation, not knowing what the employer's intentions are or their thinking behind it. So whilst to you it may be clear what report they may need, to them it may not be so you have to give them the benefit of the doubt in such cases...up to an extent. They may not automatically be saying that the previous report is incorrect, just seeking additional information or a second opinion. So by all means raise your concerns with the tribunal but just remember that they decide what happens next so if they want to order a hearing they will do so. as to the report leave it for them to arrange - you dont want to be potentially creating more issues than there are and yes you can ask them for clear answers - it will be in the overall interest of everyone to have less vague answers.