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    Employers Face Compensation Claims from Bullied Brexiters, Warn Lawyers

    Employers are facing a wave of compensation claims from staff members who feel they have been bullied at work because of their views over Brexit, lawyers have warned.

    Workers who voted for Britain to leave the European Union in the referendum in June have complained of experiencing hostile remarks, harassment, and “cultural bullying” from Remain-supporting colleagues.

    PwC, the consultancy firm, is advising four companies whose pro-Brexit staff have lodged legal complaints over angry clashes in the office and on social media.

    [..]Meanwhile, lawyers warned that businesses are being sued by workers who voted for Britain to leave the EU but now feel they are experiencing harassment and “cultural bullying”.

    Ed Stacey, head of the employment law team at PwC, told the Financial Times that companies who backed one side or the other during the referendum could be more at risk of legal action from staff who took the opposing view and have missed out on promotion.
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    The left gave us bullying so it is only fair if those globalists suffer the backlash.

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