A policeman directs a van with a “Free Speech” placard and the images of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and whistle-blower Chelsea Manning on its side, near the Ecuadorian Embassy, in London. Photo: AP

European Parliament overwhelmingly backs rules to protect whistle-blowers in wake of corporate scandals

  • Parliament backs rules to boost the fight against fraud, corruption, corporate tax avoidance and damage to people’s health and the environment
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A policeman directs a van with a “Free Speech” placard and the images of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and whistle-blower Chelsea Manning on its side, near the Ecuadorian Embassy, in London. Photo: AP
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