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- Matrix Churchill: A case study in judicial inquiries. Woods, Diana // Parliamentary Affairs;Jan95, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p24
Examines the place of the judicial inquiry in the political process by using the Matrix Churchill. Effectiveness of the judicial inquiry as an investigative body; Comparison of the judicial inquiry with alternative mechanism for investigation; Publication of Lord Justice Scott's findings in...
- A law unto themselves? Walker, David // Public Finance;3/4/94, p7
Comments on the inquiry being conducted by Lord Justice Scott on the exports of defense equipment and dual-use goods. Impact of the inquiry on the system of government and reputation of the civil service; Invention of new rules by officials and ministers during the inquiry; Questions on legal...
- Now, to sum up.... Fitzgerald, Patrick // New Statesman & Society;4/1/94, Vol. 7 Issue 296, p23
Outlines issues expected for consideration by Great Britain's Scott inquiry headed by Lord Justice Scott, following the ending of its public hearings. Public Interest Immunity system; Drafting and operation of guidelines on export of defense equipment to Iran and Iraq; Diversion of military...
- Investigations. // Accountancy;Aug1988, Vol. 102 Issue 1140, p41
Reports that government legislation is expected to increase the British Department of Trade and Industry's power to investigate company malpractice and fraud.
- Call for minerals probe. Albert, Angeline // Supply Management;8/5/2010, Vol. 15 Issue 16, p08
The article reports that campaign group Global Witness is asking the British High Court to order the government to investigate companies and citizens who allegedly buy minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
- Forthcoming public inquiries. // Commercial Motor;1/14/2016, Vol. 225 Issue 5670, p28
The article offers information on several public inquiries in Birmingham , England including the Fastline Steel Fabrications, Shinka Builders, and Dhitlons Logistics.
- Hartley Baird Ltd. // Accountancy;Nov75, Vol. 86 Issue 987, p12
Reports that Hartley Baird Ltd. is under investigation by the British Department of Trade.
- Inland Revenue pursues barristers for undeclared booty. Malkin, Brendan // Lawyer;7/29/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p1
Focuses on the governmental investigation facing barristers for failing to declare their cash reserves for taxation in Great Britain. Statistics published in the BDO Stoy Hayward report; Condition where barristers are exempted from paying tax on contributions.
- Company directors usually get off lightly at shareholders' meetings and in sessions with the press. How refreshing, then, that MPs can and do give them a harder time. Hosking, Patrick // New Statesman;7/22/2002, Vol. 131 Issue 4597, p30
Discusses the significance of the participation of company executives in legislative hearings conducted by British Members of Parliament (MP) to investigate corporate corrupt practices. Information on the hearing held by the Treasury select committee as of July 2002 about the practices of...