You're Not Alone
If you decide to blow the whistle, you needn't be alone. Our network will try to give you support, and guidance as to what you can expect from the regulators, media and the legal system. It may be helpful to talk through what you should and should not do to ensure that your action has a definite effect and that you minimise the risks to yourself. There are extremely important issues you should be aware of when you act; please read our Read Me page before talking to anyone.
If you would like to talk with someone in complete confidence, please contact David Morgan who is our Honorary Consultant Psychotherapist. Dr Morgan can be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 020 7449 0200.
If you need legal advice our phone volunteer may be able to help by contacting an experienced pro bono lawyer, from Powell, Spencers and Partners Solicitors, on your behalf. Please be patient as our pro bono lawyers have volunteered their limited time and can only help between their regular casework.
Our members can provide sector specific advice to others. If you would like to talk to someone in your field, and with experience of whistleblowing, the law and the regulators, please call our team on 020 7040 8220 and we can arrange for one of our members to contact you directly. Please note, the Centre for Investigatve Journalism (CIJ) office - temporary host of WBUK - will be closed over Christmas and we will be unable to take your calls at this number until 3rd January.