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  1. You're more than welcome Shelley. Thanks for updating the thread to confirm that this is resolved. Kind regards, Lee Social Media Comms Vodafone UK
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  2. I stood at the bar and no one wanted a drink!
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  3. So it's academic now for that job, but for the future, if you asked again, unless the job is one which is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (highly unlikely for jobs like the one you described), employers cannot ask you to disclose a spent conviction or caution. If your conviction/caution is spent it's legally as if it didn't exist and you can and should answer 'No' to the question you were asked. What's more if the employer were to find out about it at a later date they cannot dismiss you or discipline you or take any other action against you - it's a criminal offence under the RoOA for an employer to act to your detriment because of a spent
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