Liverpool Prison workers fired for raising safety fears

Two maintenance workers were sacked for raising concerns about health and safety at troubled Liverpool Prison, the BBC has learned.John Bromilow and Harry Wildman, who worked at the jail for more than 20 years, were fired by Amey who had the contract for prison repairs.Amey claimed they brought the firm into disrepute by discussing new working practices with the prison governor.But an employment tribunal ruled that the men were unfairly dismissed.The tribunal, in Liverpool on Friday, said Mr Bromilow, 66, and Mr Wildman, 64, had acted in good faith.