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Sir Julian King, we have some questions…

Today, Sir Julian King will appear before the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Committee in Strasbourg. Sir Julian has been put forward as the UK’s EU Commissioner for Security Union. This newly...
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Transparency International at the College of Europe

Over the 2015/16 academic year Transparency International EU worked closely with the College of Europe in Bruges to raise awareness on issues of corruption and democratic legitimacy among students eager to work with EU institutions in Brussels....
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Rotten to the core: corporate tax & secrecy

Recently, former European Commissioner Neelie Kroes wrote on the recent Apple-tax case that: “state aid is not a cure for all ills”. While the airwaves have been full of debates on the rights and wrongs of the ruling, Kroes has hit the nail on...
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A Net of Secrecy?

Transparency International EU will launch a new report on Council transparency on September 28th, The Council of the European Union is the least transparent of the big three EU institutions. But decisions taken in the Council affect everything...