Parliament out of touch on corruption and collusion

Saturday, 14 May 2016

A letter by our Deputy Director, Will McMahon, was published in The Guardian newspaper last Thursday.

He was responding to an article by the columnist Aditya Chakrabortty, which argued that corruption was not the preserve of developing countries.

Will McMahon drew attention to our recent briefing, Redefining corruption, by David Ellis and David Whyte. The briefing finds that parliament is out of touch with how the British public feels about corruption in politics and business.