How corrupt is Britain?

Thursday, 16 May 2013

Earlier this month we held a joint conference with the University of Liverpool's School of Law and Social Justice. The event attracted 150+ attendees and brought together a variety of key figures, including academics, campaigners and journalists, to tackle the issue of corruption in Britain. Among the speakers were Deborah Coles of Inquest, Shelia Coleman from the Hillsborough Justice Campaign and campaigner Carole Duggan. Jonathan Brown covered it in The Independent.

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