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The impacts of corruption are far-reaching and can destroy trust, harm business prospects and undermine efforts to tackle poverty overseas. A cross-Whitehall framework would bring all the necessary actors together to work for the eradication of corruption and should involve parliament and civil society in its development, implementation and scrutiny.

This briefing paper asks why the United Nations Convention Against Corruption matters, gives a snapshot of existing UK anti-corruption measures and makes recommendations for coordinated policy interventions.

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