UK Needs Ethical Culture, Says Sunak Watchdog After Impropriety … – Bloomberg

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The UK’s public sector needs a “robust ethical culture” to ensure people feel safe speaking up about poor behavior, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s standards watchdog warned following a string of allegations of impropriety across government.
Senior leaders, including in the government and police, often wait for a crisis to take action rather than identifying problem areas beforehand. That dynamic can lead to scandal and a negative impact on public trust early, a report from the independent body that advises Sunak on arrangements for upholding ethical standards of conduct across public life, found.


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