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COA dismisses whistleblowing judge’s appeal in Gilham v MOJ

The Court of Appeal has today (21 December 2017) given judgment in the much awaited “are judges workers?” case of Gilham v MOJ . They have rejected the argument that judges work under contracts or that denying them whistleblowing rights breaches their human rights under Article 10 and 14. The judgment recognises that the distinction between those e...
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Cloisters barristers seek to make new whistleblowing law for judges

Until the case of Gilham v MOJ there was no authority addressing whether judges work under contracts for whistleblowing purposes. DJ Gilham complained of whistle-blowing detriment to the ET after she made protected disclosures at Warrington county court about workplace pressures and potential courtroom dangers to civil judges in the light of &...
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