Published in: Dark Money Investigations: OpinionBoris Johnson’s plans won’t stop government sleaze
Banning MPs from working as political consultants fails to answer the question at the heart of the scandal: is being...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: NewsOwen Paterson asked third firm for a job ‘weeks after leaving government’
Exclusive: Disgraced former Tory MP phoned businessman he’d met through his ministerial brief to ask for work...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: NewsMPs inundated with complaints from voters over Tory sleaze scandal
Some Tory MPs hit back at voters over ‘destruction’ of Owen Paterson, while others admit being ‘deeply unhappy’...
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: NewsMet Police silent despite calls to investigate Tory ‘cash for peers’ scandal
Opposition MPs demand police inquiry after openDemocracy revealed Conservative treasurers who donate £3m seem almost...
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: OpinionI told the UK Parliament how to fix corruption… nobody listened
The Owen Paterson scandal doesn’t surprise me; MPs shouldn’t be trusted. That’s why Westminster is plagued with scandals
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: NewsAlan Sugar among 24 lords to have broken finance rules, parliamentary watchdog rules
Exclusive: Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes also among peers named in official UK ruling, following an...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaWhy almost nobody participated in the Egyptian parliamentary elections
Awaited for more than two years, the first round of parliamentary elections in Egypt has bluntly confirmed the...
Published in: openDemocracyUKThe implications of the Syria Vote: how Britain goes to war (or not)
The Commons' refusal to go to war is a landmark in British constitutional history. What is it that stands out in UK...
Published in: oDRPresidential elections in Kyrgyzstan: end of a parliamentary experiment?
The first round of Kyrgyzstan’s presidential elections will take place on 30 October, with the likely victor and the...