If the UK is to stand any chance of identifying and confronting illicit finance, it needs to place intelligence at the heart of its response according to the director of the Royal United Services Institute’s (RUSI’s) Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies

Tom Keatinge also argues that both dirty money and legitimate funds entering the UK in support of activity aimed at undermining parliamentary democracy threaten national security.

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