16 September 2020 The Guardian reported on the 3rd September that Lord Agnew had relinquished control over his shares in Faculty Science after Spotlight on Corruption and several media outlets...
In a much-needed win for the UK’s Serious Fraud Office, two out of three of those it was prosecuting for corruption in the Unaoil case were found guilty.
On 17 June 2020, Lady Justice Carr unequivocally refused the National Crime Agency’s (“NCA”) application for permission to appeal.
Along with the Fraud Advisory Panel and Transparency International UK, we wrote to the government on 16 June to ask them to publish the names of all those who have...
As jury trials resume, how safe will the public feel to travel to observe them and if they don't is open justice being upheld?
A timeline of key developments, announcements, and evaluations relating to open justice in the UK courts during Covid-19.
Spotlight blog by Daniel Beizsley on whether conflicts of interest are being managed properly during the COVID-19 crisis and the curious case of NHSX.
The ruling to discharge the UK's second Unexplained Wealth Order against Kazakh political figures in early April raises some key issues for the regime discussed in this blog.