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Confidentiality of witness statements

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    Unison v Nolan and others [1995] EAT/1244/95 (0 other reports)

In Unison v Nolan and others the EAT holds that an industrial tribunal should not have ordered disclosure of witness statements made in the course of a confidential investigation into an allegation of discrimination, where those making the statements feared intimidation.

A group of Nalgo shop stewards were accused of intimidation and sexist conduct by female members employed at a council day centre.