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Who owns the companies that provide our national...
Guest blogger Ian Makgill looks at who owns the companies that provide our national services and discusses key steps that can make the analysis of company ownership a routine and efficient process. More detail
Can you buy a Lordship?
No I’m not talking about buying a faux peerage, I mean purchasing a place in the House of Lords. More detail
Corporate political activities: a competitive...
TI-UK looks at problems that can arise when companies become too involved in political activities and previews the upcoming Corporate Political Activities Guidance and Index. More detail
The impact of corruption in the pharmaceutical...
Guest blogger Shalni Arora looks at corruption's impact in the healthcare sector, and reflects on what it means for both the achievement of the new development goals as well as universal health coverage. More detail
Unmasking the corrupt capital behind property...
TI-UK discusses David Cameron's speech in Singapore, where he announced a package of measures to tackle corruption within the UK property market. More detail
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Who owns the companies that provide our national services?

Written by Tuesday, 01 September 2015 00:00

Guest blogger Ian Makgill looks at who owns the companies that provide our national services and discusses key steps that can make the analysis of company ownership a routine and efficient process.

Can you buy a Lordship?

Written by Thursday, 27 August 2015 00:00

No I’m not talking about buying a faux peerage, I mean purchasing a place in the House of Lords.

TI-UK looks at problems that can arise when companies become too involved in political activities and previews the upcoming Corporate Political Activities Guidance and Index.

Guest blogger Shalni Arora looks at corruption's impact in the healthcare sector, and reflects on what it means for both the achievement of the new development goals as well as universal health coverage.

TI-UK discusses David Cameron's speech in Singapore, where he announced a package of measures to tackle corruption within the UK property market.

TI-UK comments on the Prime Minister's recent comments on oversees business and corruption.

Can Scotland lead on lobbying?

Written by Friday, 24 July 2015 00:00

Open Governance Researcher Steve Goodrich looks at proposals for the Scottish Government's impending statutory register of lobbyists, noting that the Government's proposals go further than the UK in some areas but fall short in others.

Leviathan (2014)

Written by Tuesday, 21 July 2015 00:00

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

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