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Whistleblowing: Can an employee rely on the provisions of the Employment Rights Act for protection when a disclosure is intended but has not actually been made?

Whistleblowing continues to be a topical subject in the sphere of employment law and beyond. Scarcely a week goes by without a high profile business or public figure being taken to task as a result of a leak or courtesy of an anonymous source. Most recently the case of Bilsbrough v Berry Marketing Services Limited... Read more »

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