A woman who spent £16m at Harrods in a decade can now be identified as Zamira Hajiyeva - the first target for the UK's new anti-corruption law.

Corruption and asset misappropriation tops economic crimes likely to occur at 72 per cent, says the private sector. In Africa and globally, the latter stands at 69 and 64 respectively.

The consequences of poorly executed public infrastructure can be deadly but there is a way forward, says Transparency International’s Claire Martin.