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What lessons should the Prime Minister learn from his first term – and what should he do now?

With one week until the UK General Election, we’ve analysed the manifesto’s of the 7 major political parties taking part in the UK 2015 General Election and picked out where they stand on various corruption-related issues. The following table contains summaries of where the parties stand on corruption in both the UK and abroad.

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