Banks accused of rate-fixing. MPs cooking the books. Major defence contractors investigated over suspect arms deals. Police accused of being paid off by tabloids. The headlines are familiar, but just how corrupt is Britain?
Prof David Whyte (University of Liverpool) writes extensively on the connection between corporate law and power. This talk will focus on his research into the corruption that he sees embedded in UK politics, police and finance.
When & Where is the talk?
3 – 4pm, Sunday 21st October 2018, in the Balcony Bar, Corn Exchange, Market Square, Newbury.
The event is free and unticketed.
This event is rescheduled from July.