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Thank you. Whilst you certainly have the right to ask the employer to give you information in relation to it, they cannot be forced to release this. This is especially the case if the person who made the complaint initially has asked them to keep it confidential. They may have had to disclose it had formal disciplinary action been taken against you, but that is not the case. If you do feel bullied though you have the right to raise a formal grievance to complain about this treatment and to potentially get this matter dealt with more formally. The outcome could be that they back off or do not consider taking any other more formal action against you.
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