Army instructors ‘bullied recruits at Catterick Garrison’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 1st, 2009 in armed forces, bullying, news by sally

“Three Army training instructors appeared at a military court at the Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire accused of bullying and ill-treating young recruits.”

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Daily Telegraph, 1st July 2009

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Courts martial after BBC filming – BBC News

Posted November 21st, 2008 in armed forces, bullying, courts martial, news by sally

“Four Army training instructors will face courts martial after allegations of abuse that came to light during an undercover investigation by the BBC.”

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BBC News, 20th November 2008

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Five Army instructors suspended over bullying claims at Catterick – The Times

Posted September 19th, 2008 in armed forces, bullying, news by sally

“Instructors at Britain’s biggest army base have been suspended after an undercover investigation by the BBC revealed bullying of young recruits.”

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The Times, 19th September 2008

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‘Lawyer lied about mental illness to up payout’ – The Times

Posted June 17th, 2008 in bullying, compensation, mental health by sally

“A female lawyer demanding £19 million in compensation for workplace bullying faked a nervous breakdown to secure a higher payout, an Employment Tribunal heard today.”

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The Times, 16th June 2008

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Lord Woolf: bullies made me hate injustice – The Times

Posted June 2nd, 2008 in bullying, judges, news by sally

“Lord Woolf, the former Lord Chief Justice, has revealed how a painful childhood helped to shape him into one of Britain’s most liberal judges who outraged conservative opinion by paving the way for the early release of James Bulger’s killers. ”

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The Times, 1st June 2008

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Harassed lawyer to get record £13m award – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 12th, 2008 in bullying, harassment, news, sex discrimination by sally

“A City lawyer who was left too ill to work after alleged bullying and harassment at her office is in line for record sex discrimination compensation of more than £13 million, it has been disclosed.”

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Daily Telegraph, 12th March 2008

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Bullying and racism claims at nursing council – The Guardian

Posted March 12th, 2008 in bullying, news, nurses, racism by sally

“The government set up an independent inquiry yesterday into allegations of bullying and racism at the regulatory body that upholds professional standards among Britain’s 700,000 nurses and midwives.”

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The Guardian, 12th March 2008

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Deepcut inquiry fight to continue – BBC News

Posted January 7th, 2008 in armed forces, bullying, news by sally

“The father of a soldier who died at a Surrey barracks says he will continue to fight for a public inquiry, even if the site is bulldozed.”

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BBC News, 6th January 2008

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Crown lawyer accuses UK’s top prosecutor – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 15th, 2007 in bullying, Crown Prosecution Service, news by sally

“The country’s top prosecutor ‘publicly humiliated’ a Crown Prosecution Service lawyer by removing her from her job over unfounded bullying claims, a tribunal has heard.”

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Daily Telegraph, 15th November 2007

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Services get anti-bully watchdog – The Guardian

Posted November 8th, 2007 in armed forces, bullying, news by sally

“People in the armed forces who feel they are being bullied or otherwise badly treated will be able to complain to an outside body, the Ministry of Defence announced yesterday.”

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The Guardian, 8th November 2007

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Perfume giant settles disability discrimination and harassment claim – OUT-LAW.com

Posted September 13th, 2007 in bullying, disability discrimination, news by sally

“An epileptic woman who worked at perfume giant Estée Lauder has settled her case with the firm after winning a tribunal claim for bullying.”

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OUT-LAW.com, 13th September 2007

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Red hair bullying cases could end up in court – OUT-LAW.com

Posted June 13th, 2007 in bullying, employment, news by sally

“Gingerism in the workplace could form the basis of formal grievances or constructive dismissal cases, an employment lawyer has warned. The news comes in the wake of one Newcastle family having to move house because of abuse about its members’ red hair.”

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OUT-LAW.com, 13th June 2007

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