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Bullied judge wins landmark whistleblowing case in UK Supreme Court

Reuters Wednesday, 16 October 2019
A district judge who says she was bullied, victimized and suffered a breakdown after raising concerns about the dangers of government cuts to legal services has won a landmark London whistleblowing case at the highest court in the land.
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