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On a warm Sunday evening at the beginning of spring last year, a new term resonated around the world, dominating the news agenda for the subsequent two weeks. A leak of 11.5 million documents from a Panamanian law firm – popularised as the Panama Papers – exploded into global headlines. Whilst the name may have

The new government was very quiet over the summer about its policies. This was particularly notable on anti-corruption issues, given how much had been said in the previous twelve months – not least by the Home Office under Theresa May’s leadership. Here Robert Barrington and Duncan Hames assess the state of play – and where things may be heading.

We are now two weeks away from the Anti-Corruption Summit that the Prime Minister announced last July in Singapore. Will it be a success?

Robert Barrington expresses the views of Transparency International UK in regards to the Home Office launching its new Anti-Money Laundering Action Plan today: The Plan looks good – will it actually happen?

Ahead of the May 12 International Anti-Corruption Summit, Robert Barrington discusses the need for greater cooperation between countries and pillars of society in order to create a legitimate solution to combat cross border corruption – something 22 of 41 OECD anti-bribery convention countries have failed to do once in the last four years.

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