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The Indian government recently decided to spend $11 billion to purchase Rafale fighter jets from Dassault Aviation. The deal includes a commitment from the company to spend $6 billion in the country– a typical “offset” contract that often accompanies defence sales and can be spent on projects ranging from direct technology transfer to those unrelated to the defence procurement such as building roads.

This week the European Commission has published an EU-wide public opinion survey on corruption. It highlights the fact that citizens across Europe perceive corruption as a major problem, and includes opinions on which are the most corruption-prone sectors.

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.

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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