Church charity worker wins £8,000 after claiming she was sacked for revealing priest’s relationship

A church charity worker who claimed she was sacked for whistleblowing about a married priest having a relationship with a ‘vulnerable’ member of his congregation has won £8,000 in compensation.

Caroline Marsland was unhappy that the clergyman was allowed to return to work after it was alleged he had a ‘relationship’ with the woman, an employment tribunal heard.

The alleged behaviour of the priest – identified in tribunal documents only as ‘DE’ – came to light after the unnamed woman’s partner…

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