In 2011 Transparency International UK (TI-UK) launched the major findings from a series of studies which examine corruption in the UK. The reports – which represent the most comprehensive research ever undertaken in this area – examine the levels of corruption in 23 UK sectors and institutions.
In this paper, TI-UK Executive Director, Chandu Krishnan gives an overview of the findings from the three Corruption in the UK studies, and sets out TI-UK’s policy recommendations.
The three studies which make up the main report are also available for download:
Results and analysis of an opinion survey of 2,000 UK citizens’ experiences and perceptions of corruption.
Part two of TI-UK’s Corruption in the UK report covers the following sectors: Police, National Health Service (NHS), legal profession, prison service, social housing, procurement, sport, City of London, construction, local government and UK Border Agency.
The NIS study covers the following sectors: Business, civil society, electoral management body, executive, judiciary, law enforcement, media, ombudsman, political parties, public sector and the supreme audit institution.