19 Feb 2019

The man who says blowing the whistle on alleged EU ‘fraud’ cost him his job

Senior Political Correspondent

Fraud worth more than three billion euros was discovered within the EU last year, according to the European Anti-Fraud Office.

Those sceptical of Brussels often say this is a long-standing problem, but one man who went public with what he uncovered believes blowing the whistle cost him his job.

He’s spent the last 15 years trying to get recognition for the allegations of fraud he made, as well as compensation for his lost wages.

In the first of our new three-part series, Brexit Tales, we travelled to Brussels to meet him.