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Nicholas Siddall succeeds on the issue of whether doctors in training have a whistleblowing claim against their training organiser
In the judgment of the EAT (Langstaff J) in Day v Health
Education England & Ors  UKEAT/0250/15/RN it has been held that doctors in training do not ordinarily
possess the requisite relationship in order to allow them to bring a claim
against Health Education England for whistleblowing. The decision is also of
considerable importance in clarifying the scope of the extended definition of
worker provisions found in s43K of the Employment Rights Act 1996.
Nicholas Siddall will provide an analysis
of the decision and its effect in a separate article to be posted shortly. A copy of the judgment can be found HERE.
This case has been reported in The New Statesman 15th January 2016, The New Statesman 24th February 2016, the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror, the Daily Mail, the Telegraph, and the Evening Standard.