Employment – Victimisation - Protected disclosure. The Employment Appeal Tribunal gave guidance as to the approach employment tribunals should take when considering claims by employees for victimisation for having made protected disclosures. The Employment Appeal Tribunal allowed the employer's appeal against the decision that the employee had suffered a detriment short of dismissal, but dismissed the appeal against the decision that the dismissal had been automatically unfair, as the tribunal had found that the principal reason for the dismissal had been the making of protected disclosures.