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Posts Tagged: Britain

Distasteful But Not Illegal, Say The Lords

The House of Lords ruled today that the Serious Fraud Office didn’t break the law when it stopped its investigation into bribery allegations involving BAE Systems and Saudi Arabia.

In April this year the High Court in London slammed the SFO’s decision.… Continue Reading

The Lords Hear From The SFO

Yesterday the Serious Fraud Office asked the House of Lords to overturn April’s High Court ruling that the SFO broke the law when it dropped its corruption investigation of BAE Systems.… Continue Reading

The Woolf Report Tells No Tales

The message in our inbox yesterday said: You may find this interesting if you haven’t seen it already. It’s the Woolf Committee Report on BAE — released this morning. It’s breathtaking in the extent to which they have focused stubbornly on the future and avoided a meaningful review of past conduct.Continue Reading

The Empty Chair

It’s official. Britain’s absence from the global war on public corruption is now a full-fledged scandal. Nearly ten years after the U.K. ratified the Anti-Bribery Convention of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), there hasn’t been a single British prosecution.… Continue Reading