Garamukanwa v United Kingdom Posted In: Case Law
Decision NumberApplication no. 70573/17
Legal BodyEuropean Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDismissal, Human Rights
The applicant was employed by the NHS Trust as a manager but as a result of alleged gross misconduct he was dismissed. The case centred upon a personal relationship the applicant had with a colleague (known as L) that had ended in May 2012. After the relationship ended, L started a relationship with another colleague, D. The applicant had then emailed both L and D raising issues about their relationship Garamukanwa v United Kingdom .
L made a complaint to a manager about the email that was received and the same manager then received an anonymous letter detailing accusations that L and D were acting inappropriately at work. There were also
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