Protected: A British woman led a lonely campaign against international corruption – from her London kitchen-table. By sheer persistence, she helped topple a government, has now seen its prime minister convicted of money-laundering, and has forced a major world bank to pay out billions.

28 July 2020 By Paul Martin

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