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Should have been done years ago
A new whistleblowing helpline for employees to speak out about child protection failures has been officially launched.  The NSPCC will deliver this service, which includes a helpline & email support, on behalf of the Home Office.  The helpline, which will be open Monday to Friday, will handle calls from employees from any sector, who are afraid to raise concerns about the way their organisation is dealing with cases of child abuse, or who feel they have exhausted all avenues with their employer directly.
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