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Binman who refused to work at Scots hospital while wife waited for Covid result wins compo over docked wage

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A binman penalised by NHS bosses after he refused to go to work while his wife awaited a covid test result was awarded one day's pay by an employment tribunal.

Former waste operative Colin Hosie defied NHS Tayside instructions at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, where he and his wife worked, because he believed they were contrary to Scottish Government guidelines.

His wife Helen O'Sullivan, a hospital domestic, was asked to take a PCR test due to an outbreak in a ward where she worked, on October 22, 2020.The couple, who watched televised briefings to keep up to date, walked home in the rain in a bid to avoid getting the bus and discussed what they should do.Mr Hosie, then 56, was initially told by supervisors that he should stay at home

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