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Chandu Krishnan

Sunday, 02 September 2012 11:00

UK must act on stolen Egyptian assets

Reports have emerged alleging that the British Government has failed to freeze the UK-based assets of corrupt members of Egypt’s toppled regime.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 11:00

Who will police the police?

Claims of UK police bribery are usually shocking enough on their own to elicit a strong reaction. Recent allegations, however, that bribes were paid to members of London’s Metropolitan Police Service Anti-Corruption Unit shock deeper still.

In a report published by Transparency International UK earlier this year, respondents were asked to rank several scenarios as a possible example of corruption. 86% of respondents thought that ‘a seat in the House of Lords for a businessman who has made large donations to a political party’ was potentially corrupt, the highest score for any of the scenarios.

As the phone hacking scandal escalates, more and more evidence is emerging highlighting undercurrents of corruption that are embedded in our media, police, and political institutions. The relationship between media ownership and the UK political establishment has come under particular scrutiny over the past few days.

Tuesday, 08 May 2012 11:00

2011 – A Crisis In Governance

2011 has been a year of passionate political protests around the world, often provoked by high levels of corruption in public life. Many citizens feel their leaders and public institutions are neither transparent nor accountable, and all too often are systemically corrupt. 

Sunday, 25 March 2012 11:00

The UK’s Democracy is not for sale!

The shocking revelation that a Conservative party co-treasurer offered access to the Prime Minister and Chancellor for up to £250,000 underscores the need for urgent reforms to clean up political party funding in the UK.

Wednesday, 14 March 2012 12:00

UK corruption: It’s time to wake up

Yesterday, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Sue Akers suggested to the Leveson inquiry that some sections of the press have been making regular payments to a network of corrupted public officials.

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