I am determined that the UK must not become a safe haven for corrupt money from around the world.
Finally, reform was helped along by economic development. The Government has led the way in dismantling this labyrinth of deceit: the true ownership of British companies must now be revealed in a public register, and British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies are also taking action to improve company transparency.
More pertinently, there is good reason to think that, globally, there has been an upsurge in corruption in recent decades. For too long there has been something of an international taboo over stirring up concerns. Anti- corruption commissions and special prosecutors who have had success in jailing corrupt officials have done so only because they receive strong grassroots political backing from citizens.
The salary paid to employees is very less and as a result of which they are forced to earn money by illegal ways.
It is rooted so deeply because of the growing human greed for money, power and position. Just as 19th-century Britain implemented both of them without international help, there is much that societies currently beset by corruption can do for themselves.