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Have you raised any case against them for unfair dismissal (even though you resigned?)
Ok I would strongly advise that you go and open early conciliation with Acas you can easily do this on their site. Alternatively, I could offer a service to look at the evidence you have and advise if you have a case or not, however some of the Employment Rights Act does not apply to the armed forces. However, to answer your question then if your employment has terminated then you do not have to continue with any investigations unless you have a legal obligation to do so, if it is a disciplinary investigation then no you don't have to attend now that your employment has been terminated. If there are any criminal elements (which it doesn't appear so) then you would have to comply.
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