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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?

Guest blogger solicitor Jemma Sherwood-Roberts questions the substance the UK Government’s Anti-Corruption Plan.

Ken Clarke was the UK Anti-Corruption Champion. Really. In the September 2012 re-shuffle, the government seemed to forget that it had a Champion, and it took several weeks, a Parliamentary Question, a letter to the Secretary of State, and a couple of contradictory responses, before the Champion emerged.

The Government announced last year that it would publish its first-ever National Anti-Corruption Action Plan. Since TI first proposed this idea five years ago, we have been arguing that the Government should draw up such a plan, and we are delighted that it is now happening.

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