Spotlight on Corruption works to end corruption within the UK and wherever the UK has influence 

  • We track how the UK enforces its anti-corruption laws

  • We research ways in which they can be improved

  • We investigate cases where anti-corruption laws have been broken

  • We hold the government and enforcement bodies to account for ensuring anti-corruption laws work properly


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Spotlight is looking for a Senior Researcher to build our court monitoring and transparency work. Please apply here.

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Financing Bribery?

Spotlight’s Sue Hawley gave a presentation to the OECD about the role of Export Credit Agencies in fighting corruption, looking at whether the new...

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Our work

Delve into our work on the UK’s anti-corruption laws, enforcement and emerging issues


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"Currently egregious behaviour goes unpunished" - @BenCowdock on why the UK needs urgently to empower Companies House to verify those settting up companies; completely overhaul the AML supervision regime; and prosecute those who breach the rules.

A director of Formations House worked with a corrupt Gambian dictator accused of rape, human rights abuses and corruption to create a bespoke tax haven and banks - which were then sold to fraudsters. @GeorgeGreenwood & @YourCodship story today #29Leaks

Great presentation from @rose_zussman @TransparencyUK on the £millions of corruption flowing through London at the @Themis_FCA breakfast