Sacked Marks and Spencer whistleblower speaks out on 'surveillance'

The executive who was fired from Marks & Spencer for revealing details of a plan to cut redundancy terms for the company’s 60,000 staff to the press was named as Tony Goode last night.

The Times, who broke the story of the plans – and Goode’s dismissal – reports that he gave a press conference in Brighton ahead of this week’s TUC conference where he spoke out against the company’s alleged practice of monitoring staff.

The single father-of-two, represented by the GMB union, alleges that M&S gave details of his calls to reporters even though they were made

M&S say his claims are “utter nonsense” and that it is impossible to monitor personal phones.

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