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Will NHS Whistleblower ‘Gagging Orders' Soon Be Confined To The History Books?
In a recent piece in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), I was asked to comment on the use of so-called ‘gagging orders' within the NHS and whether they are legally enforceable. In my experience
UK
9 Sep 2019
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Why Is Whistleblowing Still A Risk?
Despite being a world leader in the financial markets, the UK falls short of other jurisdictions when it comes to providing protection for whistleblowers.
UK
15 Jan 2019
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The Court Of Appeal Clarifies The "Public Interest Test" For Whistleblowing Claims.
The Court of Appeal has, this morning, clarified that a disclosure does not need to be in the interest of the public at large in order to attract whistleblower protection.
UK
12 Jul 2017
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Whistleblowers Must Identify The Legal Obligation Alleged To Be Breached
A whistleblower making disclosures about potential wrongdoing must express a reasonable belief that an identifiable legal obligation has been breached or will be breached.
UK
20 Mar 2017
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Being A Whistleblowing Champion
The collapse of Lehman Brothers and PPI misselling are two scandals which have contributed to one of the most turbulent periods in the financial services industry's history.
UK
8 Nov 2016
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