How open is the UK government? The UK Open Governance Scorecard provides a comprehensive review of the UK’s legal framework for transparency, participation and oversight. Critically it also indicates how the system is working in practice.
Corruption on your Doorstep looks at how corrupt money is used to buy property in the UK by analysing data from the Land Registry and Metropolitan Police Proceeds of Corruption Unit. Findings in the report include the fact that 36,342 London properties totalling 2.25 sq miles are held by offshore haven companies.
At present, UK citizens have little opportunity to understand who is lobbying whom, for what purpose and with what funds. Lifting the Lid on Lobbying analyses lobbying policies and practices across UK political institutions, evaluating the gaps in the rules that allow hidden lobbying and open the door to corruption.
TI-UK's new handbook How to Bribe: a typology of bribe-paying and how to stop it' draws on Transparency International's global experience of legal cases and real-life stories to illustrate how bribes are paid in practice.