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With one week until the UK General Election, we’ve analysed the manifesto’s of the 7 major political parties taking part in the UK 2015 General Election and picked out where they stand on various corruption-related issues. The following table contains summaries of where the parties stand on corruption in both the UK and abroad.
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.
In the lead up to the upcoming General Election, Jameela Raymond looks at the lack of trust in the UK Government.
Everyone is asking the question, but we still struggle to find an answer. Emphasising the danger of complacency, Dr Robert Barrington writes that UK corruption does indeed exist, in forms much more dangerous than our law-makers like to admit.
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