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Whistleblowing victimisation: Court of Appeal sets out correct causation test

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whistleblowing | victimisation | test for causation | vicarious liability

The Court of Appeal has held that the test where a worker is alleging a detriment for whistleblowing is to decide whether or not the protected disclosure has materially influenced (in the sense of being more than a trivial influence) the employer's treatment of the individual.