Other countries tackle claims of arms trade corruption. Why not the UK? | Paul Holden

Italy and India acted over allegations involving Anglo-Italian AgustaWestland. But the Fraud Office seems reluctant to investigate

A former UK defence secretary accused of directing the illegal lobbying of another former minister in a foreign country. Another British citizen in another country defending allegations that he acted as a conduit for bribes to win a contract the company should never have won. And apparently no formal UK investigation. Such is the way in the controversial world of UK arms exports.

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