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yes you can resign during a disciplinary and whilst you are suspended.
Your resignation will not stop any ongoing investigation or disciplinary hearing from taking place.
If you resign, you would still need to work any notice period and if a disciplinary takes place, you can also be dismissed from the employer if they choose to.
When any employee resigns they are required to work there notice period. That would take effect from the day you tender you notice.
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Then resigning and claiming constructive dismissal is likely to be a good option for you.
As explained, you can resign, but still need to work your notice period that applies for constructive dismissal as well.
If a disciplinary takes place and they want to dismiss, yes they can.