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As the new Cameron Government takes shape, the post of Anti-Corruption Champion has been announced (or at least leaked, since there has been no official announcement)*: it will be Eric Pickles, formerly Secretary of State at the Department of Communities and Local Government.

Our response to the announcement that the Matthew Hancock had been appointed as Government’s new Anti-Corruption Champion.

A rather unfortunate incident today.  A letter from TI-UK published in the FT had been edited to imply that the SFO is in ‘disarray’.  Ironically, the letter was intended to be supportive of the SFO in the face of rumours that it is going to be abolished.  

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.

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