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Whistleblowing: Is the bar for the "public interest" test too low?

Author: Darren Newman

Darren Newman

Consultant editor Darren Newman explains why the changes introduced in 2013 to the definition of a "protected disclosure" for whistleblowing purposes, meaning that the whistleblower must now have a reasonable belief that the disclosure is in the public interest, may turn out to be cosmetic only.