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Tuesday, 30 October 2018, 6:00PM - 7:00PM
Museum of London

Bribery and Corruption in the City

Nicholas Cooke QC


Crime thrives in a social environment which is conductive to its commission, and it harms the society which spawns it most of all. That is as true of bribery and corruption as it is true of knife-armed postcode gangs. If the common ethical code that prevents the vast majority from offending in a particular way begins to break down, there is a serious problem.

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Nicholas is a Judge for the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey)

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