Whistle and die

by Captain Walker

Categories: Rights and Freedoms, Law and order, Science & Medicine

Many are not aware of what happens to whistle blowers in the NHS. This is not going to be a lecture on the topic. What you get are links to Peter Duffy’s books – which you can find and read (or not) at your own cost. Oh yes – what happened to him exemplifies what has happened to others. But no one is asked to believe me!

Tough – I’m not reading the books and summarising them for you in five words. Leave now! I couldn’t give a flying flamingo.

Whistle in the Wind

Smoke and Mirrors


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