Employment – Unfair dismissal. The employee, a former police officer, appealed against an employment tribunal's dismissal of his claim, which contended that he had been unfairly dismissal on the ground of protected disclosures he had made. The Employment Appeal Tribunal, dismissing the appeal, held that on the facts, the tribunal had not erred in its approach either in deciding that the employee had not been subjected to detriments on the ground that he had made protected disclosures or in finding that the dismissal and the detriments to which he had been subjected had had nothing at all to do with matters related to race. Section 47B of the Employment Rights Act 1996 did not prohibit the drawing of a distinction between the making of protected disclosures and the manner or way in which an employee went about the process of dealing with protected disclosures.