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NHS Consultant Whistleblower

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. 

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Charity Fundraiser Whistleblower

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.

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Webcam Doctor Concerns

Daily Mail Newspaper - November 2015

We were contacted by an NHS whistleblower who wanted to raise concerns about doctors conducting skype-style consultations.

The whistleblower was unhappy that vital symptoms may be missed but also that that it means much needed doctors are being taken out of busy surgeries.

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Children's Home Abuse

People Newspaper - September 2015

A victim of a child abuse at a children's centre contacted us to get publicity for a class action in an attempt to get other victims to come forward and help track the abusers.

Our contact was one of the first to blow the whistle on the abuse. 

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Ryanair Lottery Concerns

Sunday Mirror Newspaper - June 2015

A whistleblower contacted us to reveal how difficult it is to win Ryanair's onboard scratch card prize of one millions euros.

The anonymous source also asked us to investigate how much money went to children's charities.

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Royal Mail's Secret Junk Mail Plan

Daily Mail Newspaper - June 2015

A whistleblower contacted us to reveal secret plans by the Royal Mail which could see millions of households deluged with junk mail.

The plans mean that people on the internet surfing on a shopping website would suddenly find advertising items arriving through their letter boxes at home.

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Prison Officer Whistleblower

National Newspapers - April 2015

Prison whistleblower contacted us to tell the chilling story of how Feltham Young Offenders Institution.

Former warder Peter Hiett also told how the authorities destroyed him after he blew the whistle on what he had witnessed and forced him out of the prison service.

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Lawyers Awarded More Than Victims

National Newspapers - April 2015

A victim of child abuse by Jimmy Savile contacted us after discovering the law firm that represented him was getting considerably more money than the pay out he was awarded.

Steve Ashton decided to blow the whistle as he felt he had suffered an added injustice and wanted others to be aware of how lawyers were making millions out of child abuse cases.

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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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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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Church Care Home Abuse

Mail on Sunday Newspaper and 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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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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