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Today the Financial Action Taskforce (FATF), the global anti-money laundering standards body, published its assessment of the UK’s anti-money laundering defences. FATF gave the UK Government the most favourable assessment to date, but in a global context where – as the recent Dankse Bank case shows – anti-money laundering standards remain low, this is no

What began last week as reports of chance encounters on a personally funded holiday, has led to the drawn-out departure of a Cabinet Minister. Whatever the politics of the situation, Whitehall rivalries or other considerations in play, her offence was to undermine what protects our government from capture by private or foreign interests. All around

“The UK’s prime minister is seeking support for her government in negotiations with a party leader who lost her hold on government over serious questions about the use of public funds.”

As MPs debate the Criminal Finances Bill, Duncan Hames TI-UK’s Director of Policy looks at what more the bill could do.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017 05:31

Leaving Leveson behind?

Duncan Hames, Director of Policy, takes an in-depth look at some of the debates following the Leveson Inquiry

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