14 02 05 EU Anti-CorruptionEnough is enough! People see through the spin, charades and farcical fob-offs.

They are taking their power back:

  • www.ExposedPolice.com publishes News, Corruption and Misconduct
  • www.upsd.co.uk – the unProfessional Standards Department of West Yorkshire Police is a group of experienced investigators who have come together to fight police incompetence, misconduct or criminality that lead to miscarriages of justice.

By way of example, here’s a copy of an email to all MPs:

Commission unveils first EU Anti-Corruption Report

For each of these areas, the Report suggests solutions, based on a careful assessment of each Member State. They include:

  • better accountability and integrity standards;
  • control mechanisms in public authorities;
  • dealing with conflicts of interests by officials;
  • how to address corruption at local level and in state-owned companies
  • the effectiveness of courts and police, and protection mechanisms for whistleblowers;
  • limiting risks of bribery in foreign countries, and making lobbying more transparent;
  • And – developing innovative e-tools to enhance transparency.

The Report also takes a close look at corruption in public procurement. One fifth of the EU’s GDP is spent every year in public procurement of goods and services, and this is essential to our economies. But it is also an area which is vulnerable to corruption: studies suggest that up to a quarter of the value of public contracts in EU Member States may be lost to corrupt practices.


The corruption of Britain: UK’s key institutions infiltrated by criminals

West Yorkshire Police Standards


 Kenneth Clarke MP, Minister without portfolio, is Britain’s Anti-Corruption Champion, reporting to David Cameron MP, Prime Minister.

 Europe must ‘walk the walk’ on corruption – Mo Ibrahim

Source: Tue, 4 Feb 2014 09:08 PM   Author: Luke Balleny


Lord Clinton-Davis (Labour)

My Lords, did not the Lord Chief Justice urge police chiefs to give urgent—I stress that word—consideration to a practice that undermined the reputation of the police for independence? He was deeply concerned about it. Those are serious observations; they come from an impeccable source, do they not?


What a state of affairs when UK subjects need to seek ‘judiciary refuge’ in Brussels – from corruption in the Police and Judiciary – that goes as far as having to demand Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent.

Meanwhile, the Government announces: Criminals to pay towards costs of running courts

Since Justice Secretary Chris Grayling wants to deliver ‘efficiency for the taxpayer’, maybe he’ll support the Bradbury Pound as the obvious solution: debt- and interest-free ‘treasury money‘ to pay for public services rather than interest-bearing ‘bank money‘ that serves only banksters?


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