Journalist Andy McSmith writes up his thoughts on the APPG’s recent event with Bill Browder.
“We have seen the images of Viktor Yanukovych’s £180m home, his other house in Crimea, his private zoo, and his golf course, and we think this is corruption on a fabulous scale, and yet he…[Read More]
Last week, a delegation of APPG members met with Hon. Alden McLaughlin, Premier of the Cayman Islands during his visit to London. A report of the event is available here.[Read More]
The APPG Anti-Corruption is supporting* Chatham House’s corruption conference next month. Full details about the event can be found below:
Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 February 2014 | Chatham House, London
Doing business in states where corruption is endemic: Join business leaders and…[Read More]
Twenty APPG members have written to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills about the newly announced registry of who really owns and controls anonymous shell companies. Members of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Anti-Corruption co-signed a letter calling on Minister Vince Cable to ensure his Department…[Read More]
APPG members today debated international corruption during a Westminster Hall debate secured by Co-Chair Catherine McKinnell MP.
MPs including Anas Sarwar, Mark Durkan and Tessa Munt all contributed to the discussions which focused on the role of UK policy facilitating corruption in developing countries.
Members highlighted the impact of shell companies…[Read More]