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UK companies set up to launder proceeds of corruption New BBC investigation shines light on role of UK companies in laundering corrupt money  6th February 2018, London – A new investigation by the BBC has identified £1.2 billion in suspicious wealth being channelled through companies registered at the same address in Hertfordshire. The investigation reveals
New police powers to target suspected corrupt wealth come into force Transparency International UK identifies £4.4bn worth of UK property that should now be considered 30th January 2018, London – Unexplained wealth orders (UWOs) – a new power for law enforcement that will help target suspected corrupt wealth – will tomorrow come into operation. Transparency
17th January 2018, London – Speaking on behalf of the Government, Lord Ahmad has announced today in the House of Lords that the UK will not put forward primary legislation on introducing a public register, revealing the true owners of overseas companies buying UK property, until at least Summer 2019. This means the Government will
12th January 2018, London – A new report from the US senate adds to the body of evidence, revealed in Transparency International reports, that the UK democratic process is vulnerable to outside influence, including corrupt regimes abroad. The report highlights that UK campaign finance laws contain loopholes that allow money of unknown provenance funding political parties
New Al Jazeera investigation shows UK facilitation of global corruption
Serious questions raised by KMPG appointment to work on Grenfell Inquiry
19th December 2017, London – Responding to news that breach of confidence proceedings have been launched against media partners involved in the Paradise Papers, Robert Barrington, Executive Director Transparency International UK, said: “The Paradise Papers gave an unparalleled insight into corruption, tax evasion, aggressive tax avoidance and unethical behaviour taking place around the world and
David Cameron describes UK property market as "one giant piggy bank" for overseas kleptocrats
Opacity over clinical trials of medical treatments putting patients at risk All clinical trials must be made fully transparent   12th December 2017, London – Four health integrity organisations have come together in calling for governments to ensure that patients, doctors, and scientists can access the full results of all clinical trials. A new publication
TI-UK responds to UK Government National Anti-Corruption Strategy
20th November 2017, London – Transparency International UK welcomes the decision by the Electoral Commission to investigate whether Vote Leave Limited, Mr Darren Grimes and/or Veterans for Britain breached campaign finance rules in the EU referendum. Earlier assessments by the Commission appeared to be satisfied that there were no reasonable grounds to suggest that Mr
13th November 2017, London – A recent statement in the UK Parliament has generated widespread speculation that a major British bank has been involved in the South Africa’s Gupta scandal.  In response, Transparency International UK and Corruption Watch, Transparency International’s national chapter in South Africa, have called for a firm approach to be taken to

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