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Nothing to declare: Farage’s whistle-stop US tour

A Channel 4 investigation has revealed that Nigel Farage, Brussels’ infamous eurosceptic and Brexit champion, has been bankrolled by his good friend, Arron Banks. This has included paying rent on a house in Chelsea, personal security, a luxury...
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Silicon Ireland: building a bridge to Brussels

In this second edition of our web series on tech lobbying, we have analysed the activities of Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple in Ireland. The results shows a tendency by these major tech companies to lobby at the national level to influence...
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Stand Up For Integrity – 2019 EU Elections Pledge

Putting Integrity First The European Parliament elections this year are an opportunity for democratic renewal, a renewal that places integrity, openness and fairness at the heart of the European Union. Transparency International is calling on...
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Stand Up For Integrity – 2019 EU Elections Pledge

Sign the pledge If you are a Candidate for the 2019 European Elections and you want to register your interest in supporting Transparency International’s 2019 Elections Pledge “Stand Up For Integrity” please fill in the form below....
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Welcome to the new EU Integrity Watch

EU Integrity Watch received a major update this week. Since 2014, the platform has allowed citizens to search, rank and filter the information on lobbying activities and conflicts of interest in Brussels. In the last 5 years, EU Integrity Watch...
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When will golden visas lose their glitter?

Last October, together with Global Witness, Transparency International presented evidence secretive ‘golden visa’ programmes. Our joint report, European Getaway – Inside the Murky World of Golden Visas, explained how they have opened the...
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Vacancy: Head of EU Integrity

Transparency International EU (TI EU) is an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law (AISBL) based in Brussels (Belgium). We work closely with Transparency International national chapters in over 100 countries worldwide and...
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The EU should hold firm on dirty money blacklist

Transparency International urges EU Member States not to bow to pressure from named countries to reject the EU’s first independent anti-money laundering blacklist when they meet in Brussels this Thursday. The list of 23 blacklisted jurisdictions...