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1 Committee on Standards in Public Life announces review of electoral regulation
2 Committee on Standards in Public Life launches review of UK electoral law
3 Open letter from the Committee on Standards in Public Life to all public office holders
4 The Guardian view on standards in public life: unfinished political business
5 Watchdog launches review into election finance regulation
6 Volunteers wanted to 'police' public servants
7 Committee on Standards in Public Life
8 How can we restore trust and integrity into public life?
9 CSPL publishes Annual Report 2017-18
10 Greater transparency and diversity needed in public sector AI – report
11 Letter to the Chair of PACAC about the CSPL review of electoral regulation
12 Letter from the Minister of State, Cabinet Office about the CSPL review of electoral regulation
13 Intimidation in public life
14 Artificial Intelligence and Public Standards
15 Why government is 'failing' on AI openness
16 Model Code of Conduct consultation | Feature
17 UK standards committee: 'urgent need' to strengthen regulation of public sector AI – Government & civil service news
18 Review to examine whether UK electoral laws are fit for digital age
19 Intimidation in Public Life: letters from Twitter
20 Government to ask suppliers to sign up to AI standards
21 MPs need to be 'more transparent' says watchdog head
22 'Post-truth' politics: a debasement of standards in public life
23 Jo Cox charity urges MPs to sign up to code of conduct
24 MPs' outside interests: Committee publishes report
25 City councillors could face tougher sanctions under new ethics rules
26 Outsourced public services 'still not adopting ethical standards'
27 St Helens Council could include bullying guidance in code of conduct
28 Maintaining ethical standards | Feature
29 Cheshire West council in report highlighting poor corruption safeguards in planning
30 Former MI5 chief warns police and intelligence officers could blame AI for controversial or racist decisions
31 Ethics law depends on board members' honesty
32 Government launches consultation to protect political debate
33 Don't drink and tweet: Social media guidelines issued to councillors
34 Boris Johnson and misfeasance in a public office
35 Ethical shoppers
36 No sign of ethics law for Anti-Corruption Day
37 Maria Miller's behaviour is shocking, claims former chairman of Standards Committee
38 Archbishop says technology could be 'danger to flock' or 'aid to shepherd'
39 Cowper's Cut: The People's Chat Show Host | Comment | Health Service Journal
40 Let’s learn from murder of my sister Jo Cox and keep the general election civilised – Kim Leadbeater
41 Councillor disqualification | Feature
42 Changed ethics law 'soon come', premier says
43 Councillors split over the risks of speaking out on social media
44 The funding of politics in Great Britain – an issue transformed
45 PACAC questions Cabinet Office's 'competence in carrying out routine administrative business'
46 Still no start date for 5-year-old ethics bill
47 Labour activists shared image of 'dead Tories' banner on social media as Conservative conference opened
48 Cayman hosting anti-corruption conference
49 MPs' expenses: profile of Sir Christopher Kelly
50 Ethics body sought meeting with governor
51 Mac's leave of absence unconstitutional, MLA says
52 UK public mistrusts 'big money' influence on political parties
53 Ethics board chair in dark over missing law
54 Brexit could help make sure tech giants curb online abuse, says committee
55 TUV's Jim Allister 'employs daughter on merit'
56 Is democracy under threat?
57 122 MPs employing family members at public expense
58 Scottish independence: The 200 bodies 'needed post-independence'
59 ACC working on complex, protracted inquiries
60 Environment and Sustainability | About
61 Anti-Corruption Commission has 7 active cases
62 Students
63 George Osborne claims 'overwhelming support' from local Conservative Party