Gilham v Ministry of Justice [2019] UKSC 44

Breach of Article 14 and Article 10 ECHR to exclude judges from whistleblowing protection

This case concerns the employment status of district judges although it could apply to the holder of any judicial office. The issue is whether a district judge qualifies as a ‘worker’ or a ‘person in Crown employment’ for the purpose of protection given to whistleblowers under Part IVA Employment Rights Act 1996.

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