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Oct 2019

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Transparency International UK are part of a coalition of British NGOs who witness the devastating effects of corruption on society. Together, we are calling on all political parties to join the fight against corruption and commit to taking bold steps to end corruption in the UK and overseas. We have set out the steps that


Oct 2019

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Transparency International UK and Spotlight on Corruption have written to Attorney General Geoffrey Cox urging him explain the reason for an 18-month delay to a major corruption investigation into Airbus subsidiary GPT Special Project Management. 59 Download Attachments TI-Spotlight letter to AG Geoffrey CoxFile size: 522 KB Downloads: 49


Aug 2019

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Submission from Transparency International UK to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) consultation on corporate transparency and register reform Transparency International UK (TI-UK) welcomes this consultation as an opportunity for the Government to address weaknesses that allow criminals to access UK companies and abuse them with impunity.   There is now a


Aug 2019

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81 Download Attachments TI-UK Annual Plan FY 19-20 FINAL approvedFile size: 854 KB Downloads: 333


Aug 2019

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The UK is a top destination for illicit finance, with the National Crime Agency (NCA) estimating that the scale of money laundering impacting the UK annually is in the hundreds of billions of pounds.1 UK- registered companies have played a central role in this problem, facilitating dozens of schemes over the years amounting to tens


Jun 2019

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Transparency International UK’s submission to the HM Treasury consultation on the UK’s implementation of the EU’s Fifth Money Laundering Directive, 10 June 2019.


Jul 2018

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The “Global Standards” initiative envisages the creation of an international political declaration, which would universalise norms around what it means to be a responsible power in the 21st Century, including commitments to basic transparency and accountability in one of the most opaque and closed-off sectors in the world. Such a global consensus would set a


Sep 2017

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This briefing focuses on tackling corruption and increasing the effectiveness of the medical supply system of the Ukrainian military. It aims to analyse corruption risks within medical procurement, and to provide recommendations for how to strengthen the system against these risks. This briefing note is based on an analysis of three cases, together with interviews


Sep 2018

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The global defence sector is both enormous and highly vulnerable to corruption. Over the last decade, both exporting governments and industry players have taken important steps to prevent corruption, but despite the many advances in law and compliance, corruption in the international arms trade persists. More needs to be done to tackle this issue and


May 2018

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Ahead of the 2019 Presidential elections in Nigeria, Transparency International and the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Center (CISLAC) are calling on candidates to commit to scrapping the unaccountable and secretive “security vote” spending – one of the most durable forms of corruption in Nigeria—saying that they fail to provide real security for citizens. Read the


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