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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

From exception to protection: the draft EU whistleblower directive

21st November 2016

From exception to protection: the draft EU whistleblower directive Whistleblower protection seems to be the flavour of the month in the European Parliament. When ... Read More

Cifas releases ‘Employee Fraudscape 2016’ featuring special report into whistleblowing

21st November 2016

Cifas, the not for profit membership organisation that specialises in collecting and sharing data on fraud and financial crime, has published ‘Employee Fraudscape 2016.’ It prov... Read More

Joint Committee recommends whistleblower protection for security services staff

21st November 2016

The Joint Committee on Draft Investigatory Powers Bill has criticised the Investigatory Powers Bill, also known as the Snooper’s Charter, for failing to do... Read More

Money, morality and misconduct in public office

21st November 2016

From phone hacking to parliamentary expenses, it’s fair to say that public trust in our institutions has taken a blow over the past fe... Read More

Policy update: whistleblowing protection and 'the snooper's charter'

21st November 2016

As the Investigatory Powers Bill (IPB) gains momentum and passes through the Parliamentary process, concerns are being raised about the how the Bill will ... Read More