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1. He has been a prominent victim of alleged witch-hunts against whistle-blowers in the NHS.
2. Perhaps he was viewed less as a courageous whistle-blower than as an irritating gad-fly.
3. Assuming the dossier is genuine, is he a lone whistle-blower or is he a messenger?
4. What is disturbing is that it is typical of a new intolerance against whistle-blowers that raises serious questions about free speech.
5. One of the most moving stories, he says in an interview, is that of a young whistle-blower.
6. The tendency of bureaucrats to take a dim view of whistle-blowers is particularly marked in the military.
7. A whistleblower said staff at his jobcentre were given targets of three people a week to refer for sanctions, where benefits are removed for up to six months.
8. Whistleblower policy: This policy outlines procedures for handling employee complaints, as well as a confidential way for employees to report any financial mismanagement.
9. He turned to noted Lockheed whistleblower Mike DeKort, for help filing suit.
10. The Liberals first raised the notion of whistleblower legislation in the fall of 2003.
10. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and build good sentences.
11. The whistleblower was fired for exposing the conditions in mental hospitals.
12. In the past day alone, a whistleblower in the saga was also found dead, although police said the cause wasn't suspicious.
13. What provides anonymity for the whistleblower?
14. Also on this year's list are Indian spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu and Irish rock star Bono.
15. The board should also review the way it monitors and handles whistleblower complaints.
16. A new draft law has proposed that discipline authorities are required to reply to each real-name whistleblower.
17. In 1999 all 20 commissioners resigned after allegations of corruption in high places, prompted by revelations from a Dutch whistleblower named Paul van Buitenen.
18. But if any one of them had set himself up as a whistleblower — had stood up and said "this business is irresponsible and we are not going to participate in it" — he would probably have been fired.
19. The indictments moved at a quick pace due to the company's high profile collapse (and having a whistleblower didn't hurt), but the process still took years.
20. The new environment aims at reducing systemic risks by establishing claw-back policies and the exposure of corporate fraud through whistleblower protection and incentives.
21. Domscheit-Berg has declined to go into the details of his dispute with WikiLeaks but suggested the whistleblower site strayed from its mission.
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