National Whistleblowing Advocacy Service
We specialise in dealing with whistleblowers who want to discreetly disclose information to the media or find legal representation.
Whistleblower.co.uk allows people to have the option of confidentially selling stories to the press while retaining their anonymity- or we can separately find you legal representation from specialist whistleblower lawyers.
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 specialise in exposing corporate fraud.
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.
Daily Mail newspaper - May 2017
A whistleblower contacted us to expose how a zoo had lied to the public pretending a crocodile had been re-homed when in fact it had died.
Our source was concerned staff had accidentally killed the creature when he was put out in cold weather.
National newspapers - March 2017
A whistleblower contacted us to expose a landlord's appalling racist behaviour and discrimination.
We initially placed the story in The Sun newspaper before it was picked up by the wider media.
National Media - January 2017
A family contacted us after a grandad bled to death following a huge delay by the ambulance service.
We initially ran the story in the Daily Mail newspaper and it was quickly picked up by a number of national news outlets.
As a result the inquest was postponed so that the case could be properly investigated.
Sunday Mirror Newspaper - December 2016
This story revealed how politician Michael Gove and his wife Sarah Vine left their 11-year-old son in a hotel while they partied.
A whistleblower contacted us after being concerned for the boy's welfare. The story was published on the front of the Sunday Mirror newspaper.
National Media - September 2016
A whistleblower at the heart of the Junior Doctors strike action contacted us as they were concerned the proposed industrial action would cost lives.
We remain politically neutral but placed articles throughout the media highlighting different aspects of the strike and achieved a number of front page stories.
The Sun on Sunday Newspaper - June 2016
A whistleblower contacted us to anonymously expose how disgraced paedophile pop star Gary Glitter was paying hush money to his child sex fixer.
Our source was sickened Glitter was able to control the situation from prison to cover up his sick crimes.
The Sun Newspaper - May 2016
Our publicist teamed up a Facebook group who had raised serious concerns about Vauxhall Zafira fires with The Sun newspaper.
Using the information gathered through the Facebook group and hiring an investigator, The Sun ran an investigation that led to a safety recall of more than 230,000 cars.
Daily Mail Newspaper - March 2016
A whistleblower contacted us to expose how an MP's husband's debt management firm had gone bust causing added misery for thousands of people.
We gave the story to the Daily Mail newspaper who ran an investigation and ran the story over a number of days.
Daily Mail Newspaper - January 2016
An NHS consultant whistleblower appeared at an employment tribunal complaining that come colleagues were more interested in private work than treating NHS patients.
We were tipped off about the case and had the story placed in the Daily Mail newspaper.
The Sun Newspaper - December 2015
A whistleblower contacted us to expose how a fundraising organisation was taking 45p in every pound it raised for St John Ambulance in the first two years.
We liaised with The Sun newspaper which ran the story on its front page.
The whistleblower retained their anonymity.
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.
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.