This is the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Anti-Corruption’s website.
We are a group of UK Parliamentarians passionate about tackling domestic and international corruption.
The effects of corruption are profound, impacting the lives of both UK and global citizens. This is why we believe we must play our part in tackling this issue and in ensuring that the UK is not complicit in corruption.
We hope you find this website a good way keeping up-to-date with the APPG. Below you’ll find posts about our previous activities and on the menu above there are links to further information.
If you would like to know more about the APPG, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
APPG Co-Chairs and Labour MPs Catherine McKinnell and Anas Sarwar have written about the role of UK business in enabling corruption in the developing world. Writing for the Guardian’s Sustainable Business network, the APPG Co-Chairs highlighted how British professionals working in less regulated markets may encounter corruption or suspicious transactions…
APPG Members visited the City of London on 8 July to investigate the links between the UK’s economic centre and corruption. The delegation visited the City of London Corporation, the Overseas Anti-Corruption Unit in the City…
APPG Co-Chair Catherine McKinnell led a Westminster Hall debate yesterday on the link between increased female representation and decreased corruption. Based on GOPAC’s gender equality report, Ms. McKinnell discussed the importance of initiatives to support more women into political roles and the impact this may have…
APPG Co-Chair and Labour MP Catherine McKinnell, has published a blog on the role of women’s empowerment in fighting corruption. The piece was posted on PoliticsHome this morning and is timed to coincide with a Westminster Hall debate on gender equality and corruption led by Ms. McKinnell this afternoon….
On 11 June, APPG Members were addressed by representatives from the banking, legal and accounting industries on the involvement of UK professionals in international corruption. A summary report of the meeting can be…