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The cross-government anti-corruption strategy provides a framework to guide UK government action to tackle corruption for the period to 2022.
Provides a progress update on the government's efforts to battle corruption both in the UK and abroad.
The principles in this policy apply to both internal and external audiences.
This collection brings together documents related to the government's work to combat domestic and international corruption.
On 12 May 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron hosted a landmark international anti-corruption summit in London.
The cross-government anti-corruption plan brings together all of the UK’s activity against corruption in one place.
This Prosperity Fund programme promotes increased global prosperity and inclusive sustainable growth by working against corruption.
The Western Balkans governments made commitments to address corruption.
The first ever global declaration against corruption announces leaders' shared ambition to tackle corruption.
Rules and guidance for prison and probation staff on tackling wrongdoing and corruption.
A template for government departments and agencies that assesses the response to bribery and corruption.
This World Anti-Corruption Day, see how a new mobile technology is helping to clean up salary payments to Afghan police officers
Fighting fraud and corruption locally is the new counter fraud and corruption strategy for local government.
Analysing the impact of corruption on private sector development
Tackling corruption in the health sector is essential for achieving better health outcomes.…
This series brings together all documents relating to Anti-corruption strategies by country
The Inter-Ministerial Group on Anti-Corruption oversees the government's work to address corruption in the UK and internationally.…
This policy aims to prevent and detect fraud, bribery and corruption.
How to bring an allegation of fraud or corruption against Monitor and how it is investigated.…
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