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Professor Heather Brooke is an award-winning investigative journalist originally from the US now based in London. Her investigative journalism and legal action against the British Parliament for disclosure of MPs' expenses was the catalyst of the expenses scandal of that led to the biggest clear-out of politicians in decades and the first forced reation of the Speaker of the House in years.
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Transparency thwarts the abuse of power to enrich the powerful. But disclosure can increase the information asymmetry between ruler and ruled Heather Brooke writes. The clamour for politicians to publish their tax returns has gained momentum in the wake of the Panama Papers leak.
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Journal of International Affairs 70 1, Open Government: A journal on Freedom of Information 1 3 Articles 1—20 Show more. The revolution will be digitised: dispatches from the information war H Brooke Random House The silent state: secrets, surveillance and the myth of British democracy H Brooke Random House Inside the secret world of hackers H Brooke The Guardian 24 Unsung hero H Brooke The Guardian 15 Royal United Services Institute Citizen or subject?
Freedom of information and the informed citizen in a democracy H Brooke City, University of London ,