Responding to a business need, or an excuse to change the Bribery Act?

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Responding to a business need, or an excuse to change the Bribery Act?

An announcement in January that the UK government will review the Bribery Act may indicate that No.10 intends to reverse the trend towards tackling bribery in the UK, and seems to be rather against the spirit of the “freedom, fairness, responsibility” mantra in the coalition agreement. The coalition agreement includes an express commitment (in the international development section) to support efforts to tackle corruption.

c. Philip Henson – Partner, Bargate Murray.

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