Published in: Dark Money Investigations: AnalysisLabour’s plans to tackle UK’s dirty money problem need more ambition
If Labour wins the next election, it can’t just talk tough on corruption – it must fund Londongrad’s clean-up
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: NewsHundreds of firms linked to organised crime based yards from Companies House
Some 950 UK LLPs indicating money-laundering links were registered close to government agency’s HQ, new research shows
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: OpinionCan the new Economic Crime Bill really tackle the UK’s dirty money problem?
From Russian money laundering to a fraud epidemic, economic crime costs the UK at least £290bn a year. The...
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: OpinionLawyers should be put in the dock for accepting oligarchs’ stolen money
Loopholes in UK law allow legal professionals to take dodgy money for their services. Here’s how to stamp the practice out
Published in: oDR: NewsOligarchs and officials from corrupt states own £2bn of UK luxury property
Tory donor Lubov Chernukhin among those named in new report criticising Britain’s weak regulation and homegrown...
Published in: Home: OpinionIt’s time to treat dirty money like speeding cars
There can be no more excuses for laundering cash
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: InvestigationWill the e-money boom make the UK a hub of money laundering?
openDemocracy investigation finds that international money launderers are moving into Britain’s e-money business –...
Published in: HomeoD Drug Policy Forum: Front Line Report - Week of December 1st 2011
Local officials in both British Columbia and Amsterdam wrangle with their respective national governments on the...