David Cameron told the Queen he had extraordinarily corrupt countries like Afghanistan and Nigeria attending his anti-corruption summit. What a shame for him that Transparency International chose this week to demand that he act against corruption here in the UK.

David Cameron told the Queen he had extraordinarily corrupt countries like Afghanistan and Nigeria attending his anti-corruption summit. What a shame for him that Transparency International chose this week to demand that he act against corruption here in the UK.

In an extraordinary statement, anti-corruption organisation Transparency International has told David Cameron he must do more to combat corruption in his own country.

The strong warning comes on the same day Cameron hosted a summit of international leaders focusing on combating corruption.

Transparency International openly derides the UK’s credentials on corruption, slamming UK companies for “overseas bribery“, the City of London for “laundering corrupt assets” as well as “dirty money” in the UK’s property market and “political corruption scandals” at home.

You can read the the full statement here.

The mainstream press in the UK is unlikely to report this, so please share.

Source: Transparency International slams Cameron on corruption: “UK must get its own house in order” | Pride’s Purge

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