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New Whistleblower Law in France Not Yet Fit for Purpose

20th June 2016

Michel Sapin, the French Minister of Finance, promised to deliver a comprehensive anti-corruption law that included protection for those courageous enough to speak out ... Read More

From exception to protection: the draft EU whistleblower directive

27th May 2016

Whistleblower protection seems to be the flavour of the month in the European Parliament. When the much maligned Trade Secrets Directive was passed by ... Read More

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

11th March 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

Dramatic drop in whistleblowing claims due to employment tribunal fee system

1st October 2015

PCaW issued a freedom of information request concerning the number of PIDA claims lodged at employment tribunal since the introduction of fees. Figures demonstrate ... Read More

NEW PCAW REPORT AND YOUGOV SURVEY INTO THE STATE OF WHISTLEBLOWING IN THE UK

1st July 2015

EIGHT in ten whistleblowers have been victimised at work - with half being fired or losing their jobs, a survey shows. And in more ... Read More

New whistleblowing course to bolster public sector counter fraud armoury

1st July 2015

CIPFA Counter Fraud Centre in collaboration with Mazars and Public Concern at Work unveil fresh whistleblowing e-learning package. Public sector workers are being encouraged ... Read More