UK: I was fired for telling ICO of Serco track and trace data breach, claims sacked worker

Gareth Corfield reports:

A British coronavirus contact tracer who has said she was sacked from Serco for blowing the whistle on a data breach had part of her legal case thrown out because she was working for a mini umbrella company and not Serco itself, a judge has ruled.

The woman, named by Bristol Employment Tribunal as Miss S Messi, also alleged that Serco had forged documents in an effort to show that she wasn’t directly employed by the notorious outsourcing firm.

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