Yet Fifa demand US prosecutors give dirty money back
Thursday 17th Mar 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
by Our Sports Desk
The International Cricket Council’s anti-corruption unit said yesterday it had prevented a spot-fixing incident and identified the plotters.
The chairman of the unit, Ronnie Flanagan, said the alleged planned fix involved members of an...
Monday 7th Mar 2016
COLOMBIA’S police chief quit on Wednesday amid allegations of corruption and a prostitution ring involving young cadets.
General Rodolfo Palomino’s resignation came a day after Colombia’s inspector general opened a probe into the claims, which surfaced in the media...
Friday 19th Feb 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
BANNED Uefa ex-president Michel Platini painted himself as a martyr yesterday, insisting he was appealing against his eight-year sanction in order to fight “against injustice.”
Platini got the boot from football in December for a...
Tuesday 16th Feb 2016
TWO tennis officials have been banned for corruption offences and four more are currently suspended, the International Tennis Federation announced yesterday.
Kirill Parfenov of Kazakhstan was banned for life in February 2015, after making contact...
Wednesday 10th Feb 2016
UK Athletics chief says official warned him of Qatari bribes
Wednesday 27th Jan 2016
A FORMER college principal was urged to pay back part of a huge severance payment yesterday which breached guidelines set down by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC).
The public audit committee branded former Coatbridge College chief John Doyle’s £304,000 payoff an...
Thursday 14th Jan 2016
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Supporters of Northampton Town can breathe again says PETER FROST, but there is still a strange smell at the Sixfields Stadium. It’s the stench of Tory corruption
Tuesday 15th Dec 2015
Executive committee unanimously back ‘transparency’ reforms
Friday 4th Dec 2015
National Crime Agency probe ‘another blow to the Met’s tattered reputation’
Saturday 17th Oct 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain