It was wrong for the founder of a bullying hot line charity to reveal that she had calls from people from Downing Street. There was no reason for her to do that and I think that she should be ashamed for having put that information out there. She will endanger someone one of these days.
Yes, it was wrong for the founder of a bullying hot line charity to reveal that she had calls from people on Downing Street, because those people will be afraid to call in the future. A bullying hot line by its nature should be confidential. When people call something like that in confidence, they need to know they will be kept secret.
I think with a topic as controversial as bullying, an entity such as a bullying hot line should have been more careful than disclosing information like where some calls are coming from. I think the founder did a disservice to himself and the organization by doing so. Anonymity is important.
Yes, it was wrong for her to call out a place where the calls came from and then the people that are in that neighborhood will be able to find out who the one that called was, and they will end up facing more bullying that they ever had before.
So long as British national security was not compromised, it should not have been a problem. The voting public has a pressing interest when it comes to who represents them. Sure, it could be embarrassing for the people who were revealed to have bad temperaments, but if you're going to work in politics, you're going to need a thick skin.