John Bowers

Nigel Boardman’s inquiry into the Greensill Affair squanders the opportunity for real reform

The Public First case is the first in which the application of the apparent bias doctrine to procurement is brought to the fore

Lord Geidt has not started well as the Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests

Robert Maxwell’s last two days are covered in great detail in this new book

In light of the Greenshill Affair, John Bowers explains how Lord Pickles should lead the advisory committee

As a pupil, Alexandra Wilson frequently encountered racially loaded assumptions. In court, clients assumed she was a defendant