17.08.2022

  • Prime MinisterTheresaMaysaid there was no place for ‘serious criminals and corrupt elites’ earlier this month, as she outlined British reaction to the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal, for which the UK has blamed Russia.

  • British lawmakers launched a new inquiry into money-laundering, sanctions and economic crime on Thursday, with a particular focus on properties bought with so-called ‘dirty money’, amid growing tensions with Russia.

  • Britain and Russia have expelled 23 diplomats each in the dispute over the poisoning, which Russia denies.

  • In figures cited by the Treasury Committee, pressure group Transparency International said up to 4.4 billion pounds worth of British property might have been bought with suspicious wealth.

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Britain launches inquiry into money-laundering with focus on property

British lawmakers launched a new inquiry into money-laundering, sanctions and economic crime on Thursday, with a particular focus on properties bought with so-called ‘dirty money’, amid growing tensions with Russia. Prime Minister Theresa May said there was no place for...

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Britain launches inquiry into money-laundering with focus on property

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