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London Can’t Afford to Turn a Blind Eye to...
Boris Johnson’s call for new homes in London to be sold first to Londoners, "not to oligarchs”, made headlines this week. But what he must consider is the ease with which an overseas buyer can invest in a London property using stolen assets – the proceeds of corruption. More detail
UK Corruption Research: Analysing the gaps
Despite everyone’s best efforts and intentions, no one person, organisation or sector can effectively fight corruption alone. Last week, Transparency International UK’s Anti-Corruption Research Network (ACRN) brought together representatives and interested individuals from a variety of groups. More detail
GlaxoSmithKline –  A Wake-Up Call for the Pharma...
Our response to today's news that UK pharmaceuticals firm GlaxoSmithKline has been fined £297m for bribery by Chinese authorities.  More detail
StAR: Few and Far: The Hard Facts of Asset...
‘Few and Far: The Hard Facts of Asset Recovery’ is the latest publication from the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR), a joint World Bank and UNODC project. So here are the hard facts… More detail
Bribes & backhanders fuel deadly corruption...
With a worth of US$6.5 trillion, the global healthcare industry is especially vulnerable to corruption. Although the problem is particularly acute in countries where corruption is endemic, no country is immune. More detail
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Boris Johnson’s call for new homes in London to be sold first to Londoners, "not to oligarchs”, made headlines this week. But what he must consider is the ease with which an overseas buyer can invest in a London property using stolen assets – the proceeds of corruption.

UK Corruption Research: Analysing the gaps

Written by Monday, 22 September 2014 00:00

Despite everyone’s best efforts and intentions, no one person, organisation or sector can effectively fight corruption alone. Last week, Transparency International UK’s Anti-Corruption Research Network (ACRN) brought together representatives and interested individuals from a variety of groups.

Our response to today's news that UK pharmaceuticals firm GlaxoSmithKline has been fined £297m for bribery by Chinese authorities. 

StAR: Few and Far: The Hard Facts of Asset Recovery

Written by Wednesday, 17 September 2014 00:00

‘Few and Far: The Hard Facts of Asset Recovery’ is the latest publication from the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR), a joint World Bank and UNODC project. So here are the hard facts…

With a worth of US$6.5 trillion, the global healthcare industry is especially vulnerable to corruption. Although the problem is particularly acute in countries where corruption is endemic, no country is immune.

Tackling Match-Fixing in Football

Written by Tuesday, 02 September 2014 00:00

Football is a globalised sport where it is possible to bet on almost any game and any aspect of a game. But this also means that the risk of match-fixing linked to corrupt sports gambling is on the increase.

Unmask the Corrupt launch

Written by Monday, 01 September 2014 00:00

What’s the point of stealing money from your country’s health and education budgets if not to enjoy it? It turns out that the UK is a personal favourite for your average corrupt dictator.

At TI-UK, we spend a lot of time thinking about how to measure corruption. To keep our brains in good shape over the summer, we decided to invite four long-term commentators on the methodological shortcomings in one of TI’s best-known indices, the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), to air their views. 

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