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Daily archives "December 6, 2015"

Vatican appoints external auditor

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For the first time the Vatican submits its finances to an external auditor as part of Pope Francis’ bid to bring greater transparency to the Catholic Church.

UK money-laundering checks inadequate, says anti-corruption group – The Guardian

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The Guardian
UK money-laundering checks inadequate, says anti-corruption group
The Guardian
Accountants, estate agents and art dealers who breached money-laundering rules were fined an average of just £1,134 last year, according to a report that says the UK's anti-money laundering controls are not fit for purpose. The report, Don't Look, Won
Inadequate dirty money regulation 'leaves UK open to terror funds' – reportReuters UK
UK 'failing to stop corrupt money' entering the countryBBC News
UK luxury sector targeted over money launderingFinancial Times

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UK immigration: Border control programme ‘failing to deliver value for money’ – The Independent

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The Independent
UK immigration: Border control programme 'failing to deliver value for money'
The Independent
An £800m Home Office project to sure-up UK border controls has run four years over schedule and failed to deliver “value for money” for taxpayers, the spending watchdog has said. In a damning assessment of the e-borders programme, which was first …
Home Office borders security scheme is '£1bn waste of money'The Guardian
E-borders and successor programmes – National Audit Office (NAO)National Audit Office

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