You remain anonymous

AP's Freedom of Expression survey has exposed a grim reality: 4 out of 5 respondents agreed that those in our sector who share controversial opinions risk being professionally ostracised. People are remaining silent for fear of losing their career or their livelihood.

That’s why we’re giving you a way to tell us anonymously about what you’d like us to investigate – and you don’t have to reveal your identity. 

We will shine a light into the corners that you tell us need exposing.

You can either

·         Tell us about things you suspect are going on that should be made public
·         Tell us about themes and areas that need more investigation by our journalists
·         Suggest ideas for new Pulse surveys
·         Write a blog about anything causing you concern or making you rage.

We won't share your identity anywhere.

The next page is an empty space for you to tell us what you want to tell us.

You don't have to give us your name or any contact details, and we do not collect IP addresses so we can't trace you. But if you tell us who you are and how to contact you, it can make it easier for us follow up on what you're saying. (And we must know who you are if you write something you want us to publish). Just leave us a name and email address/mobile number - in complete confidence.

[Please note: we can't identify you unless you leave us your details, but if you tell us about potentially criminal activity, we may pass your comments to the police.]