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By Jessica Maguire
The Home Office issued a consultation paper at the end of October, revising Codes of Practice C, E, F and H to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 ("PACE").
By Anna Rothwell
Solicitors and other professionals must be wary of committing a criminal offence if they fail to report information that could undermine the administration of UK, EU and UN sanctions regimes.
By Nick Barnard
Is policing getting better or worse? The Telegraph reduced its conclusions to a headline last week as it declared ‘Police arrest half as many people as they did a decade ago despite rise in crime'.
By Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh
The emergence of the so-called "Paradise Papers" has highlighted once again the conundrum faced by Parliament in legislating in response to the lawful avoidance of tax in offshore tax structures
By Andrew Smith, Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh
Britain tripled the number of civil and criminal investigations linked to the Panama Papers over the past year, from 22 to 66, according to a statement in September from HM Revenue & Customs.
By Nick Barnard
At the conclusion of four criminal trials arising from Operation Sanctuary, following which 17 men and one woman were convicted of offences related to the abuse of vulnerable girls in Newcastle...
By Andrew Smith
The past year has produced some fascinating US case law concerning the extent to which US search warrants have extraterritorial effect.
By Ben Henriques
"Reasonable and honest people" everywhere may take some interest in the fact that their views are from now on to be the only yardstick by which an act will be judged to be "honest" or "dishonest".
By Kim Nihill
Kim Nihill writes that companies must help fight modern slavery or face severe reputational damage.
By David Corker
On 23rd October, Mark Johnson, the former head of global cash foreign exchange trading at HSBC...
By Stephanie Lloyd
The presence of former criminals in terrorist groups is not new, but since the rise of ISIS and the increasing number of European jihadists, the link between ex-offenders and terrorism has become better recognised.
By Kim Potts
A global code of conduct ("the Code") for the foreign exchange ("FX") market was published in May 2017.
By Maia Cohen-Lask
The various asset recovery powers contained in the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) are routinely criticised for being draconian and unfair to those who fall subject to them.
By Kim Potts
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has a range of enforcement powers available in its toolkit. Sections 165 – 172 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) provide the FCA...
By Ben Henriques
Aberaeron is perhaps not the first place anyone would associate with controversy of any kind, let alone arguments about racial hatred.