On 27th November, the Supreme Court decided in favour of whistleblower, Ms Jhuti, and reported this “sinister” email by her boss at Royal Mail:
If that’s the bar for “sinister”, what will the Court of Appeal make of this excerpt from my own case, where a surgeon seeks to (ab)use referral to the General Medical Council as the “chief weapon” against me?
Alder Hey managers even considered using the same approach on Dr Phil Hammond, a member of the free press.
Many judges have read these threatening communications. But will we have to wait until the Supreme Court to have a judge condemn this misconduct as it deserves?