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Title: Corridors of Power: Lobbying in the UK
Other Titles: Les Coulisses du Pouvoir
Authors: Miller, David
Dinan, William
Contact Email: wd11@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: lobbying
executive government
decision-makers
corporations
commercial interests
Westminster
Whitehall
standards in public life
Issue Date: Jun-2008
Publisher: Universite de Toulon
Citation: Miller D & Dinan W (2008) Corridors of Power: Lobbying in the UK, Observatoire de la Societe Britannique, 6 (2008), pp. 25-45.
Abstract: Of all the nations of Western Europe lobbying is the most developed in Britain. For this reason the story of how lobbying has infiltrated the corridors of power in the UK is of particular interest. This paper examines the rise and contemporary practice of lobbying in the UK. The industry today faces a number of challenges not least of which are questions of conflicts of interest, secrecy, privileged access and undue influence which increasingly lead to calls for greater transparency.
Type: Journal Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/21683
URL: http://osb.revues.org/409
DOI Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/osb.409
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Affiliation: University of Bath
Communications, Media and Culture

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