On 24 August, a post on the Corporate Crime Observatory said that a recent Court of Appeal case had established the troubling precedent that a whistleblower may be dismissed for their conduct without statutory relief in circumstances where allegations are unfounded and arise resultant of the disclosure. The whistleblower was dismissed for accusations criticising a colleague’s integrity and knowledge when making a protected disclosure, and was not automatically unfairly dismissed, despite her conduct being deemed as reasonable and the accusations being unfounded.
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