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Following the launch of Accountable Influence: Bringing Lobbying out of the Shadows, Robert Barrington notes that a forthcoming Bill in Scotland has the opportunity to make the Scottish Government the UK’s leaders in lobbying transparency.

TI-UK looks at problems that can arise when companies become too involved in political activities and previews the upcoming Corporate Political Activities Guidance and Index.

Open Governance Researcher Steve Goodrich looks at proposals for the Scottish Government’s impending statutory register of lobbyists, noting that the Government’s proposals go further than the UK in some areas but fall short in others.

The UK Government pushes open-governance well in-practice rather than in-law, leaving it vulnerable to changing winds that could isolate citizens and derail efforts to ensure open-governance in the UK.

On the back of TI-UK’s Lifting the Lid on Lobbying, and TI’s Lobbying in Europe, guest blogger Katy Hall looks ahead to the Paris UN Climate Change at the end of the year and assesses whose interests will be represented by lobbyists when there are no effective measures to hold them to account.

In the lead up to the upcoming General Election, Jameela Raymond looks at the lack of trust in the UK Government.

In the wake of the latest lobbying scandal, TI-UK’s Senior Advisor Peter Wilkinson discusses the need to legislate for trading in influence

To mark the launch of the ‘Lifting the Lid on Lobbying’ report, Transparency International UK and the All Party Parliamentary Group on Anti-Corruption hosted a discussion in Parliament on the report’s conclusions and its implications for parliamentary standards and the rules on lobbying in the UK.

Following the latest lobbying scandal, TI-UK’s Executive Director reflects on whether the rules are up to scratch.

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