“It is significant,” said Ewan Lawson, a cyber warfare analyst from the Royal United Services Institute, the UK think-tank. “While the US tend to indict and name and shame, the UK has been reluctant to do that up to now.”
This Occasional Paper discusses the forms that corruption and fraud take in four UK sectors: the financial sector; construction; the National Health Service; and local government. At present, there are knowledge gaps on this subject that stakeholders would do well to address.
President Trump will be greeted with a torrent of doom-laden criticism when he arrives in the UK on 3 June. Some of this criticism is just wrong, while some simply misses the critical point of this relationship.
On the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, RUSI and YouGov have conducted a special opinion poll to assess current public attitudes to the event. The poll indicates that only half of Britain knows the significance of D-Day, a source of irony amid today’s polarised politics, says Sir Hew Strachan.
After a year of investigation and consultation, the Independent Surveillance Review has delivered its conclusions to the Prime Minister, and presents its report, ‘A Democratic Licence to Operate’ at...