The Company

Incorporated in 1997, Whistle Blowers Press Agency Limited registered the trademark, “Whistle Blower” and henceforth became known by the eponymous title, “Whistle Blowers.”

“Whistle Blowers” is incorporated in the United Kingdom and in the United States of America.  As far as we are aware “Whistle Blowers” remains the only press agency exclusively dedicated to investigative journalism.

Although a majority of the workload originates in the UK and the USA, “Whistle Blowers” continues to break stories and instigate investigations throughout the five continents.

Six years before incorporation, the Agency’s parent company used the trading name, “Whistle Blowers Press Agency,” which in 1997 was assimilated by “Whistle Blowers.”

“Whistle Blowers” has granted just one licence for use of the trading name or trademark but only to the parent company, which does not advertise on the internet.

Please do not confuse “Whistle Blowers” with any other entity, which incorporates the word “Whistle Blower(s)” within the URL (title).  Simple research will prove you are dealing with an agency of a completely different name and limited investigative ability.

The Ethics

At “Whistle Blowers” we are never complacent and accept our success is singularly attributable to those people, who have had the will to contact us; without the efforts of those people, we would not exist and we would not be able to continue the ground-breaking exposés associated with the Agency. 

We are indebted to all our contributors; to re-enforce our belief in ethical, investigative journalism and to promote your trust in us, we have produced an “Ethical Charter.”
To date we remain the only press agency, publisher or broadcaster, to openly display or adopt an “Ethical Charter” and with your security in mind, are the only Agency to use encrypted email contact.

For a myriad of reasons, we do not publish the, “Ethical Charter” on the website but you can apply of a copy by emailing your request to

The Staff

Our team is bigger and more diverse than any investigative department on any of the UK national newspapers and unlike most newspapers or broadcasters, we operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, around the clock, 365 days a year.  At any time, day or night, those needing assistance can speak directly to a member of staff.

Due to a recent serious security concern resulting from an on-going investigation, we have been advised by the Police not publish detailed “biographies” on these pages.

Suffice it to say, the management team consists of journalists and researchers, who have previously been employed by national newspapers, broadcasters and the security services.  In addition, among our numbers, we have a former police detective, a former research editor and a former forensic officer. 

Our collective strength is the lifeblood of “Whistle Blowers;” our enthusiasm for investigation remains undiminished.

Unlike our competitors, we remain disinterested in self-aggrandisement, which speaks volumes about what has not been said but states very little about the subject matter.  We allow our professionalism and results to speak on our behalf!

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