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As the world observes International Anti-Corruption Day today (9 December), the UK government is being asked to do more to end financial secrecy.
Aid charities are raising awareness of a new law that would force oil, gas and mining companies to tell the truth about their relations with poor countries.
The government’s consultation on the statutory register of lobbyists is deeply unsatisfactory and deceptive, say political reform campaigners.
A vital step has been taken say campaigners, toward requiring companies to disclose payments made for projects around the world
Ministers should urgently rethink plans for a deal with Switzerland which would see UK tax evaders let off lightly while harming poor countries.
Christian Aid has welcomed legislation to force companies to reveal the taxes and fees paid to governments in every country where they operate.
Christian Aid has backed a call for countries to exchange data about who owns companies, bank accounts and financial assets within their borders.
Churches in India have backed a social activist who launched a hunger fast on 5 April 2011 to call attention to the scandal of corruption in government.
A new Tax and Financial Transparency Bill has been tabled in the House of Commons to tackle the UK's billion-pound tax evasion scandal.