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FSA sets up whistleblowing service

The FSA is setting up a whistleblowing service for employees to inform on employers who break the law.

The service is intended for employees unwilling to confront their employers about criminal offences and failures to comply with legal obligations such as setting up stakeholder pension schemes.

The FSA is setting up a whistleblowers telephone line and email address for employees, and is publishing information on its website of how companies can set up internal whistleblowing.

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