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Bond letter to David Cameron on Anti-Corruption Champion

The BOND Anti-Corruption Group sent a letter to the Prime Minister encouraging the continuation of the role of Anti-Corruption Champion.

In particular the group asked for:

  1. the continuance of the role of the Anti-Corruption Champion with a clear remit to initiate, coordinate, and oversee anti-corruption activity across Whitehall;
  2. the development and publication of a strategy or action plan which would allow Parliament and other stakeholders to judge what progress has been achieved accompanied by an opportunity for Parliament to review or debate progress; and,
  3. the focus of the role being both on the UK and overseas. The group noted that there has been ambiguity about the role’s remit but that in the experience of our respective organisations the links between corruption overseas and in the UK, not least in areas such as organised crime, bribery and money laundering, make it imperative that the role should include a remit for tackling corruption both at home and overseas.

The Anti-Corruption Group within Bond has the following core members: Article 19, CAFOD, Christian Aid, Corruption Watch, Global Witness, ONE, Public Concern at Work, Tearfund, The Corner House, Transparency International-UK, and TIRI.


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  • Report published: Sep 2012

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