Whistleblowing nearly killed Paul Moore – and it brought terrible suffering on his family. The married father-of-three was Head of Group Regulatory Risk at Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) until he was fired for flagging up top management's dangerous sales tactics, which were a serious risk to financial stability and consumer protection. Addiction, deep depression and suicidal tendencies followed until he publicly blew the whistle after the multi-billion-pound collapse and subsequent £20.5 billion taxpayer bailout of HBOS during the 2008 banking crisis. His “explosive” evidence to the UK House of Commons Treasury Select Committee into what happened, sent shock waves to the heart of the British Establishment and caused a media frenzy. This is Moore’s shocking inside story of a disaster waiting to happen and his on-going battle for truth and justice.--Cover.