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Further data from the 2011 Bribe Payer’s Survey on perceptions of corruption has been released this week. 

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Additional data from Transparency International’s 2011 Bribe Payer’s Survey has been released , providing further insight into corruption in UK business. 

 

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

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Transparency International Uganda invited our defence and security team to assess the country’s needs on anti-corruption police training. Nick Seymour and Sir Stewart Eldon, senior consultants to the defence team, visited Uganda in July. Here’s their account of the experience.

On the eve of London 2012, Robert Barrington, Director of External Affairs at Transparency International UK, ponders the corruption risks inherent in London’s staging of the Olympics games.

A Parliamentary Committee has recommended that the body which advises ministers on post-government business appointments be abolished

Our Research Lead on defence, Saad Mustafa, explains the importance of addressing corruption in the settlement stage of a conflict

TI-UK has launched a new publication aimed at the private equity sector and those involved in mergers and acquisitions.

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