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By David Styles
The FRC on how the code review will ensure relevance for modern business
By Jimmy Nicholls
Campaigners are pleased policing financial misdeeds is back on the government agenda, but the details are vague
By Sallie Pilot
Governance reporting has come a long way since the foundations were laid by the Cadbury Report
By ICSA  
The UK government's ongoing review of corporate governance and the uncertainty around Brexit have made this year a turbulent one for those in the field.
By John Binns
In 2007, I returned to a successful career at professional services firm Deloitte after overcoming a period of serious depression that led to three months off sick from the business and even a spell in hospital.
By Peter Swabey
Celebrating the silver anniversary of the original report
By Brett Simnett
In the 25 years since the foundation of the UK Corporate Governance Code – the Cadbury Report – was published, its various iterations have been lauded for boosting transparency...
By Henry Ker
Recruiting should not be confined to the familiar and uniform, but use flexible working to attract the best candidates
By Henry Ker
The founder of the law firm Tapestry talks about angling for the best talent, ditching ‘cookie cutter' recruitment, and the merit of employee share schemes
By Henry Ker
The group company secretary at Allied Irish Banks discusses the challenges of ‘scope-creep', the importance of inspirational managers, and teamwork
By Matt Gitsham
Modern slavery in supply chains is a serious risk and boards and governance professionals must take action
By Sarah Chilton, Wonu Sanda
Amid criticism of gagging clauses, greater awareness is needed of the enduring ability to make protected disclosures.
By Jimmy Nicholls
The departure of the London Stock Exchange's chief executive tests relations between shareholders and directors.
By Paul Harris
Dylan Thomas might well have appreciated the irony of a cropped version of his wedding photograph in 1947 being used to advertise Welsh holiday cottages.
By Henry Ker
There is a different feel to this month's cover interview.
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