In Morgan v Royal Mencap Society, the EAT held that a complaint about an employee's own cramped working conditions could meet the public interest requirement of a protected disclosure. 

In order to succeed in a whistleblowing claim, a worker does not have to prove...

In Kilraine v London Borough of Wandsworth  the EAT has confirmed that to be protected by the whistleblowing provisions in the Employment Rights Act 1996 it is not sufficient for an employee to merely make allegations but there must also be a disclosure of information....

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