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I would think that should read should not rather than cannot.
Officially sacked for "swearing in a meeting" - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18639088 - then paid half a million pounds of public money to drop a case of unfair dismissal and keep his mouth shut about that, and anything else that went on."The law is clear any clause in a settlement or compromise agreement is void in so far as it purports to preclude a worker from making a protected disclosure - section 43J Employment Rights Act 1996. But if such a clause cannot legally be used to prevent a person from whistleblowing, no doubt some who have been offered, or accepted compromise agreements containing one have felt gagged. "