Steve Moxon, is the whistleblower who is being sacked by the Home Office, despite the obvious applicability of the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 which should apply to his revelations. The truth of these revelations was confirmed by the resignation of the Minister Beverely Hughes.
Steve Moxon looks set to publish an account of his side of the story in a forthcoming book - will it be published successfully, or will the Government attempt to suppress it ?
"The Great Immigration Scandal"
31 August 2004, 256 pages
ISBN 1845400119 (cloth), ?14.95/$29.90
published by Imprint Academic,
PO Box 1,
Tel: +44 1392 841600
"Table of Contents
Introduction: The Abandoned Line
1 Whistle While You Work
2 Scandal and Cover-up: A Whistle-Stop Tour
3 For the Last Time
5 The Story Breaks
6 Extreme Denial
7 The One-Legged Romanian Roof-Tiler
8 Migrant Enclaves
9 In George Orwell?s Dreams
10 Anti-Racism Hysteria
11 Bogus Students, Sham Marriages
12 Scrapping Asylum
13 Minding My PMQs
14 Health Tourism, Settled Disease
15 Bev Gets Knotted
16 Who Feels Aggrieved?
17 U-Turn, Migration Mayday
18 Crowding Stress
Appendix: Whistling in the Wind
Epilogue: When Is a Whistle Not a Whistle?
Further Reading "
A .pdf of the full text of the Introduction is available online.