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‘Disturbing contradiction.’ Luxleaks verdict shows the need for an EU Whistleblowing Directive

28th March 2017

(Photo from Transparency International) Luxembourg’s Court of Appeal has maintained the convictions of the Luxleaks whistleblowers Antoine Deltour and Raphael Halet. Their conviction cl... Read More

Exposing wrongdoing: the problems facing whistleblowers

21st February 2017

Public attitudes to whistleblowers may have vastly improved but the legal landscape faced by those raising concerns still presents a variety of problems and ... Read More

Chelsea Manning: Still dividing opinion

30th January 2017

One of Barrack Obama’s last acts as President of the United States was to commute the sentence of Chelsea Manning, meaning the former Ar... Read More

Section 40 - The Good, the bad, and what it means for whistleblowers

30th January 2017

The press is an essential component of any democracy and of vital importance to the world of whistleblowing. But whilst all agree that the ... Read More

Interview with a PCaW Adviser

20th December 2016

You don’t need to spend long reading articles on whistleblowing to realise that blowing the whistle can be a stressful, upsetting process. That’s no... Read More

Freedom to Speak Up Guardians: Not just a box ticking exercise

20th December 2016

NHS England has strengthened whistleblowing procedures in primary care by instructing every organisation to have a ‘Freedom to Speak Up Guardian’. Primary care – which includ... Read More