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Commenting on the second reading of the Criminal Finances Bill in Parliament today, Robert Barrington, Transparency International UK Executive Director said...
The UK must deliver on its long-awaited National Anti-Corruption Strategy according to Transparency International UK (TI-UK) in response to the “Tackling Corruption Overseas” report from the parliamentary International Development Committee.
Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs), a key component of the Government’s Criminal Finances Bill, are a significant effort in ending the UK’s role as a safe haven for corrupt individuals.
New report from Transparency International UK highlights that incentive schemes can lead to bribery, corruption and other unethical conduct.
11th October 2016, London – Transparency International UK (TI-UK) welcomes the consultation launched yesterday by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards into the rules on second jobs for MPs. The Commissioner is proposing that “A Member who undertakes outside employment must ensure that is does not conflict with his or her responsibilities under the Code of Conduct”. The proposed
Corruption is pervasive within healthcare to the extent that is has become normalised, according to new research from Transparency International’s Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Programme (TI-PHP).
Just 10 individuals or companies were responsible for more than half of all donations made to the EU membership referendum, according to new analysis by Transparency International UK (TI-UK). 95% of all the money raised to campaign in the vote came from only 100 different donors according to available data.
Transparency International UK (TI-UK) warmly welcomes the announcement today, by the Mayor of London, that he will conduct “the most thorough research” into foreign ownership of London.
"These are extremely serious allegations. The scandals at FIFA have already shown how big money in football can lead to corruption. Further allegations are apparently to be set out by the Daily Telegraph over the coming days. We would expect the FA - and any clubs implicated - to launch an immediate and independent investigation in response to any substantiated allegations to help keep the game clean in this country.
The UK’s transparency over public spending is “ticking the right boxes” but failing to provide full and open scrutiny over how taxpayers’ money is being spent, according to new research from Transparency International UK. In over a third of public contracts, it is unclear to whom they have been awarded.
Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Programme statement on new rules for NHS doctors earnings.
London, 15th September 2016 – The leaking of a draft committee report, by a Member of Parliament to a private company, is unusual in shining a light on the extent to which corporate lobbying can produce privileged access to power. The House of Commons Privileges Committee today suspended a Conservative MP for providing payday lender

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