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Call for Government to tackle betting shops

**Press Release** Margaret Hodge MP has responded to the Government’s consultation to review gambling machines and social responsibility measures. The number of betting shops in Barking and Dagenham is now at an all-time high with 51 gambling premises registered in Barking and Dagenham and 20% of these are located in Barking Town Centre. Barking and […]

Why I’m backing the ‘Magnitsky’ Amendment

In case you missed it, earlier this week I wrote a piece for the Times on why I’m backing the ‘Magnitsky’ amendment to the Criminal Finances Bill to ensure Britain does not become a safe haven for money launderers. Britain must not be a safe haven for money launderers Far too many people enjoy luxurious […]

Parliamentary Book Awards Prize for ‘Called to Account’

Last night I was lucky enough to win the ‘Best Non-Fiction book by a Parliamentarian’ award at the Parliamentary Book Awards. This morning I spoke to Adam Boulton at Sky News about the book and my time as Chair of the Public Accounts Committee. Thank you again to all my fellow Parliamentarians who voted for […]

My speech in the Criminal Finances Bill debate

Yesterday I spoke in the Criminal Finances Bill debate in the House of Commons. I welcome this Bill, it is extremely important in tacking corruption. However, there are ways that the Bill could be strengthened. Transparency is crucial to tackling the very corruption and money laundering that this Bill wants to stop. However, the Bill […]

My speech in the Criminal Finances Bill debate

Yesterday I spoke in the Criminal Finances Bill debate in the House of Commons. I welcome this Bill , it is extremely important in tacking corruption. However, there are ways that the Bill could be strengthened. Transparency is crucial to tackling the very corruption and money laundering that this Bill wants to stop. However, the […]

Ministers spend £600m on big four accountancy firms

Figures I’ve uncovered show that Britain’s big four accountancy firms have been paid more than half a billion pounds in fees by government departments over the past three years, including £220 million from the aid budget. It is scandalous that rather than channelling aid money through charities and organisations that actually understand the countries they […]

Interview with Civil Service World

Thanks to Suzannah Brecknell and Civil Service World for interviewing me on my book ‘Called to Account’. You can read the interview here. Make sure you get the book from a responsible bookseller who pays their tax! Like this one.

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