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Press Releases (214)

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In the wake of serious bribery allegations involving GPT, the UK subsidiary of European defence company EADS, and the Saudi Royal family, Transparency International UK is calling on the Government to support a full investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
Two leading NGOs are calling for the aid and development community to manage corruption risks, not avoid countries where aid is needed most, as a parliamentary committee warns against DFID’s decision to focus aid on high-risk countries.
Bribing public officials when doing business abroad is a regular occurrence, according to a survey of 3,000 business executives from developed and developing countries.
The UK has once again failed to achieve a top ten ranking in Transparency International’s 2011 Corruption Perceptions Index released today.
Much more must be done by the Government to tackle the role that UK banks and companies play in fuelling and facilitating corruption overseas, according to a new report launched by the Bond Anti-Corruption Group
Today the UK Parliament’s International Development Committee releases a report, Financial Crimes and Development. The report calls on the Government of Tanzania to bring individuals to court to answer allegations that corrupt payments were made during the sale of an air traffic control system by BAE Systems.
International anti-corruption organisation Transparency International (TI) has published the submission it has made to the International Cricket Council's Governance Review. The TI submission makes 20 recommendations for reform in order to safeguard the game's integrity and reputation.
Transparency International UK, with the support of FTI Consulting, Inc. and Inmarkets, has launched “Doing Business without Bribery,” a free anti-bribery training toolkit that includes a comprehensive online training module.
Revelations emerging from the Leveson Inquiry indicate that corruption in key UK sectors is much more widespread than previously thought and that complacency towards the problem must end.
The OECD Working Group on Bribery has completed a special review of the UK’s record in fighting foreign bribery. Transparency International (UK) today calls on the UK Government to stop procrastinating and address the fundamental weaknesses identified in the OECD’s recommendations. None of these are new. For many years the UK has failed to act on them.

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