Commentary

E. Other prescribed cases

Division CIII Whistleblowing
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E. Other prescribed cases

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E.     Other prescribed cases

A disclosure may be a protected disclosure if it is made to an appropriate public authority and if the subject matter of the disclosure properly falls within the remit of that authority (ERA 1996 s 43F(1)). The Secretary of State is given power to specify which public authorities are appropriate for this purpose and what matters are to be considered within their respective remits (s 43F(2)). Thirty or forty assorted regulators, commissioners and watchdogs are currently so specified. They and their remits are listed in the Schedule to the Public Interest

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