Unexplained wealth orders: How is the British law changing and will it stop dirty money circulating in London?


The Economic Crime Act allows the government to convey the impression that it is ‘doing something’ about the proceeds of kleptocracy being laundered in the UK - but far more fundamental and far-reaching reform is needed, writes Áine Clancy

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Áine Clancy

PhD Candidate, School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, at ,

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