A long-running call from prosecutors of corporate corruption has been that companies should cooperate in the investigation. They typically state that companies will be better off if they cooperate, and at times this has led to lesser sentences or lower settlements. What kind of cooperation do... More detail
Guest blogger solicitor Jemma Sherwood-Roberts questions the substance the UK Government's Anti-Corruption Plan. More detail
During a meeting with the government's new Anti-Corruption Champion last week, Transparency International presented Matthew Hancock with a list of ten practical actions that could be taken before the election. More detail
The Government has today published its first ever Anti-Corruption Plan, with 66 Actions in a 60-page document. Such plans are only as good as the political will and resources behind them: so how does it all stack up? More detail
Last week we launched the annual Corruption Perceptions Index. Since the UK fell back to 17th place from the top ten a few years ago, it has been making progress back up the rankings, has ranked 14th for two years running. On the UN Anti-Corruption Day, we look at how well the UK is really doing... More detail
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