Eileen Chubb and six other care workers were called the perfect whistleblowers because they did everything as the whistleblowing protection act, known as the Public Interest Disclosure Act prescribed. Yet the law failed them. In 1999 the BUPA 7 as they were called reported their concerns about the abuse and neglect of elderly patients in their care to their employer in the hope to stop and prevent further wrongdoing. However it was to become a years long battle against her employer, Social Services, the UK Justice System and the government. Listen to her story here.