Where an employee had made a protected disclosure within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act 1996 s.103A, and where there was a clear connection between the disclosure and the employee's dismissal, the employer's claim that the real or principal reason for dismissal was professional misconduct had correctly been rejected by the employment tribunal. The employer could not rely on its own failure to manage the situation following the disclosure in order to reduce the employee's compensation.

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