We specialise in dealing with whistleblowers who want to discreetly disclose information to the media.

Whistleblower.co.uk allows people to confidentially sell stories to the press while retaining their anonymity.

Our links with the legal profession means that we can help bring you the best possible solutions with a joint media and legal strategy.

We deal with people in the work place, politicians, citizen journalists and members of the public who want to blow the whistle to expose injustice or wrong-doing. 

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Illegal Car Park Charges

Daily Mail Newspaper- February 2015

A whistleblower revealed that councils were illegally issuing thousands of parking fine to motorists despite a warning from the Department of Transport.

The whistleblower wanted to expose the fraud by the councils while retaining their anonymity.


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Police Officer Wins Back Job

National Newspapers and TV- March 2015

We helped PC Ricky Haruna win back her job after she was sacked by the police.

Previously Ricky had been told she would not be reinstated but we gained her publicity and found her new solicitors who successfully won her case.

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Carer For Elderly Whistleblower

Sunday Mirror Newspaper- January 2015

A care worker who looked after the elderly quit her job after being told she could only spend 15 minutes with each patient.

Whistleblower Gillian Demet decided to speak out in a bid to help create change.

The story exclusively ran in The Sunday Mirror newspaper.

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Church Care Home Abuse

Mail on Sunday newspaper + TV- January 2015

Campaigner Teresa Cooper blew the whistle on how she had been left out of a Church of England review into the abuse she and dozens of other children suffered at one of its care homes.

Shockingly, dozens of children were used in drugs trials and sexually abused at the Kendall House care home.

Our publicist Jonathan Hartley was asked to ensure that Teresa's full story was told to reflect the true horror of the situation.

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Police Race and Sex Discrimination

National Newspapers and TV- November 2014

PC Carol Howard was publicly smeared by the Metropolitan Police after winning a race and discrimination case against the organisation.

Our publicist Jonathan Hartley was asked to ensure that Carol's true story was told.

Jonathan organised a series of newspaper and TV interviews to restore Carol's reputation and for the public to understand the full facts.

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City Bank Fraud Whistleblower

Mail on Sunday- February 2014

A whistleblower contacted us to expose how Barclays Bank customers' stolen details had been sold to rogue traders.

The exclusive story ran on the front of the Mail on Sunday newspaper and picked up by every national news media outlet.

The whistleblower retained their anonymity.

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An experienced journalist and a well-regarded publicist have combined forces to bring you whistleblower.co.uk.

Together they offer a confidential service aimed at righting wrongs, correcting injustices, and providing access to the media, if desired.

Mark Houldey has worked as a journalist since 1981, regularly breaking national newspaper front page stories.

Since setting up as a publicist Jonathan Hartley has brokered some of the biggest stories to hit the media in recent years.

The journalistic principle of protecting their sources is at the core of their business.

Whistleblower.co.uk has key access to some of the country’s leading lawyers who can help you.     

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