Category Archives: Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing and ‘gagging clauses’

Last week, the legal protection given to whistleblowers came under the spotlight with the case of Gary Walker, a former Chief Executive of United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust. He claims that he was forced out of his job because of his … Continue reading

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Time to get radical with whistleblowing

Nothing to complain about today, which is obviously a bit irritating. However I did notice two news stories that raise some interesting (I think) issues around whistleblowing. In this story (from last week) the Guardian reports that Michael Woodford, the former … Continue reading

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