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Publication Highlights

  • NGOs raise concern over SFO review

    NGOs raise concern over SFO review

    The Bond Anti-Corruption Group has written to the Prime Minister to express our serious concern about the recurring suggestions from his government that the Serious Fraud Office might be abolished, while failing to propose an adequate replacement.

  • Safeguarding the Beautiful Game

    Safeguarding the Beautiful Game

    Reports of match-fixing linked to corrupt sports gambling has been on the increase in recent years. This guide is targeted at football club officials and those who work with football players at all levels in the United Kingdom.

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  • Countering Small Bribes

    Countering Small Bribes

    Small bribes, big problem. New practical guidance from TI-UK to help businesses avoid facilitation payments and other small bribes.

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An End to Impunity for Grand Corruption, 20 November

José Carlos Ugaz, newly-elected Chair of Transparency International, will speak on "An End to Impunity for Grand Corruption" at TI-UK's annual Anti-Corruption Lecture.


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TransparencyUK RT @Ah_johns: "Corruption is a tax paid by the poorest and most vulnerable in society" the inspiring @JoseUgazSM at the @TransparencyUK lec…
TransparencyUK Last night’s annual lecture included an interactive exhibition on our #unmaskthecorrupt campaign. Find out more here: http://t.co/cM1TWR4nte
TransparencyUK TY to those who attended our annual lecture last night to hear TI Chair @JoseUgazSM speak powerfully on Grand #Corruption and No Impunity

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