Chesterton Global Ltd v Nurmohamed [2017] EWCA Civ 314

Court of Appeal gives guidance on what is ‘in the public interest’ in whistleblowing claims

In 2013 the requirement that a whistleblowing disclosure be made in good faith was dropped and instead section 43B(1) of the Employment  Rights Act 1996 was amended so that only disclosures which an individual reasonably believes are in the public interest can be the subject of a qualifying disclosure. The issue of what is in the public interest has been the subject of contentious case law.

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