Commentary

E. Multiple incidents of disclosure

Division CIII Whistleblowing
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E. Multiple incidents of disclosure

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E.     Multiple incidents of disclosure

Finally, three points of detail on the definition of a 'disclosure' for this purpose have arisen in the case law. The first concerns arguments that the disclosure (singular) is composed of two or more incidents. Is this permissible? The leading case of Bolton School v Evans (above) contains a remark that in general in a case of more than one incident the rules on 'disclosure' will have to be considered separately. This was cited in Barton v Royal Borough of Greenwich UKEAT/0041/14 (1 May 2015, unreported) where a shop steward

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