Clifton v Lloyds TSB Bank Ltd - whistleblowing claim should not have been struck out without hearing evidence

A claim where core facts are in dispute - such as here, where it was alleged that the true reason for dismissal was the making of a protected disclosure and not ill-health - will not, as a general rule, be amenable to strike-out at a PHR, on the grounds that it has no reasonable prospects of success, without hearing full oral evidence. 

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