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All talk, no action: PAC criticises Government’s approach to whistleblowing

21st November 2016

From the NHS, to central government and the police, public trust in our institutions has been shattered following a number of recent whistleblowing scandals. ... Read More

Blacklisting: Much more than a formal list

21st November 2016

Once dismissed as a delusional conspiracy, in recent times blacklisting in the UK has been shown to be a very real problem. This was ... Read More

Blacklisting of whistleblowers feared widespread in UK

21st November 2016

In its latest review Whistleblowing: Time for Change, UK whistleblowing charity Public Concern at Work (PCaW) found that the blacklisting of whistleblowers remains a ... Read More

Encouraging first steps but still much to be done for civil service whistleblowing

21st November 2016

As one of the nation’s largest employers that is also accountable to the public, the civil service should be leading by example in th... Read More

Eradicating modern slavery: the importance of whistleblowing procedures

21st November 2016

A landmark high court judgment has found a British company liable for modern slavery for its treatment of migrant workers. Six Lithuanian men who ... Read More

FITNESS TO PRACTISE REFORMS: A STEP TOWARDS BETTER PROTECTION FOR WHISTLEBLOWERS IN THE NHS

21st November 2016

We hear far too many cases where those working in the NHS suffer retaliation or victimisation for having raised a whistleblowing concern. Here at ... Read More