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The taxpayer is facing a multimillion-pound legal bill after a supreme court judge found against HM Revenue and Customs in a four-year battle
UK's failure to rein in tax havens hinders global corruption battle, say MPs
UK House of Commons International Development Committee Report: Tackling corruption overseas
Taxpayers should accept foreign aid money will be lost because of corruption, MPs say
HSBC winds down private banking operation in Monaco
The SA Premier issued a challenge to the public sector: can it lead by example in the new sharing economy? Can the government's car fleet be used to help the disadvantaged? Its schools, halls and sporting facilities?
‘Like AirBnB, but for government’: can the public sector share?
The ex-PM&C boss breaks ranks with his former colleagues to argue more transparency will help the public service. He will today outline five principles for adapting public administration to a new age Boost reform case with stronger FoI, transparency: Terry Moran
The world’s highly skilled immigrants are increasingly living in just four nations: the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia, according to new World Bank researchhighlighting the challenges of brain drain for non-English-speaking and developing countries.
The dominant of the town Kežmarok is the (Castle of Kezmarok in English) Castle Kežmarský hrad that has entered the history of tourism in the High Tatras as the salient point of the first known tourist trip to this mountain range.
Kezmarok Historical images