As the Tribunal has effectively deemed the audio and vision ‘credible, relevant and significant’, Saga is entitled to ‘an opportunity…to deal with [that] adverse information’, particularly given the decision affects her ‘status…livelihood…as well as…proprietary interests.’ If the need for confidentiality was absolute, it was open to Parliament, in drafting the provision, to reduce ‘natural justice…to nothingness’. That Parliament failed to do so suggests it has contemplated circumstances such as the present, whereby natural justice demands abrogation of this ‘public interest’, and the provision of otherwise confidential information.

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