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Oct 2014

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The Bond Anti-Corruption Group has written to the Prime Minister to express our serious concern about the recurring suggestions from his government that the Serious Fraud Office might be abolished, while failing to propose an adequate replacement.

Oct 2014

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This paper provides a summary of discussion from the Transparency International UK “Corruption Research with Impact” Symposium, held on 18 September 2014 in London.

Sep 2014

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The Anti-Corruption Research Network (ACRN) UK is an information hub for researchers - across academia, business and civil society - who are either based in the UK or focused on UK corruption issues.

Sep 2014

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Guidance on how to prevent match-fixing in football at club level.

Feb 2014

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The Bond Anti-Corruption Group welcomed the Government's commitment to 'for the first time, bring together all of the UK’s anti-corruption efforts under one cross-government anti-corruption plan' and set out recommendations for what should be included in the Plan.

May 2014

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This Memorandum of Understanding outlines the funding relationship between Transparency International UK and the Anti-Corruption All Party Parliamentary Group.

May 2014

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There is a global demand for increased transparency in order to prevent corruption and improve fair and competitive conditions for business. As international efforts to combat corruption intensify, organisations must have effective internal compliance systems to increase transparency and reduce their own supply chain risks.

Jul 2014

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Corruption in any sector is damaging to society and the economy. In the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector it puts health and life at risk. 17% people worldwide stated they had paid a bribe when dealing with the medical sector in our 2013 global survey, and 45% believed medical and health services to be corrupt or extremely corrupt.

Jun 2014

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Small bribes, big problem. New practical guidance from TI-UK to help businesses avoid facilitation payments and other small bribes.

Jun 2014

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In this briefing Transparency International UK (TI-UK) evaluates how well the Serious Crime Bill responds to the threat of money laundering of the proceeds of international grand corruption through the UK and the City of London. Ahead of the Queen’s Speech, TI-UK published 10 Tests: Can UK Legislation Tackle Corrupt Capital? This briefing assesses the Serious Crime Bill against those tests. Whilst the Bill appears to address some of the problems identified in the 10 Tests, many serious gaps remain.

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