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Professor Daniel Hough
Professor Daniel Hough
Total 2 Posts
  • London, UK.
Professor of Politics, Head of Department of Politics, School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex.

UK slides in corruption perception index after series of political scandals

5 min read
The UK is perceived to be more corrupt than it was following the 2009 expenses scandal that rocked parliament to its core. Hostile states are happy to watch the UK move away from core liberal democratic principles.

Corruption: How the UK compares to other countries.

5 min read
Just because corruption is very difficult to measure doesn’t mean that it can’t be felt and that high profile scandals don’t have an impact. The politicians implicated in these scandals neglect the impact that they can have at their peril.
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