Today, the Foreign Affairs Committee publishes its report “The Cost of Complacency: illicit finance and the war in Ukraine” (attached).
We are blessed with some of the most amazing community groups in the world here in Hodge Hill.
Last week I brought some of them together with funders to help them access the cash they need to make our community even better.
You can find information from the funders on the attached PDF
Liam is the Labour MP for Birmingham Hodge Hill, a member of Her Majesty's Privy Council, elected Chair of the Global Parliamentary Network on the World Bank and IMF and an Associate of Nuffield College, Oxford. He sits on the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee and chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group on Inclusive Growth, founded the APPG for Children of Alcoholics, is a proud patron of NACOA and is a Trustee of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery Trust.
I thought I'd share a few brief things from the US Congress where we've been discussing ideas to work harder together to take down the Kleptocrats. Here's the briefings on the American CAATSAct with ideas we need to weave into the next Economic Crime Bill expected in the Queen's speech in a couple weeks time.
We can’t have clean politics if politics is awash with dark and dirty money. That’s why MP’s have today tabled the ‘Pandora amendments’ to the Elections Bill to stop millions of pounds pouring into British political parties from the secretive off-shore world of Moneyland.