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Philip is TI-UK's Communications Officer. You can follow him on Twitter at @PBentleyJones

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Leviathan (2014)

Leviathan portrays modern Russia as a society of the unjust, where individuals are squashed beneath the power of a corrupt church and political system.

Building on a year-long piece of research, TI-UK published today a set of recommendations to the UK Government and public bodies on how they can improve their data provision to help with the fight against corruption.

We need a new era in football – one without corruption and with increased transparency in the beautiful game. The public expect nothing less.

The UK Government pushes open-governance well in-practice rather than in-law, leaving it vulnerable to changing winds that could isolate citizens and derail efforts to ensure open-governance in the UK.

José Ugaz, the new global chair of Transparency International, spoke on grand corruption and Transparency International’s future direction at TI-UK’s Annual Lecture last month. Here are the key messages he delivered.

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