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Where There's Muck...
Where There's Muck...

...There's Brass Plates

By Richard Brooks & Andrew Bousfield

How UK ghost companies made Britain the capital of global corporate crime.

As this Private Eye investigation reveals, the world’s most corrupt, least transparent companies are not located in fragile states or faraway tax havens. They are to be found here, in offices across the UK from Clapham to Cardiff, facilitating the most serious international crimes while the government ignores one of Britain’s few growth industries: corporate corruption services...





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