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Pliskova,a cab for hire? Legislation on this nexus between government and money was articulated in the original coalition agreement between the Tories and the LibDems and regurgitated again in their midterm review Yetprecious little has been delivered to date What can be done then To begin withthe need for reforms to the rules on lobbying is painfully obvious Granted that there may be some justification for interested stakeholders whether political or business-oriented to seek access to the government Their perspective may inform ministers andin some instancesactually help to refine government policy Moreoverthere is little to be gained by legislators working in isolation without some awareness of the practical implications of their formulations That saidthe nub of the issue lies in the all too often secretive nature of such lobbying efforts Worse still are circumstances when it involves a payment in returnwhether camouflaged as a consultancy fee or as a straightforward inducement What is needed is a statutory register for lobbyists and far greater transparency about their interactions with legislators Such action would be welcomed by in Britain by the public From a comparative perspectivethat ought to interest other observers too including those in India who also continually grapple with such issues Ultimatelythere is a larger public interest in knowing who is lobbying whom about what Greater transparency will not eliminate all egregious behaviourbut it would mark a step in the right direction The current scandal in Britain has exposed the shortcomings of a system that needs course correction If public confidence in the parliamentary process is to be restoredradical reforms can no longer be avoided The writer is a London-based lawyer For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: August 22 2017 4:01 pm Vivek Oberoiis choosy about the work he doesand picks his films after considerable thought Related News Vivek Oberoi who has been acting for over 15 years and has been a part of memorable films such as Company Saathiya and Rakht Charitra says he is choosy about the work he does as he likes to distribute his time between family and his philanthropical activities Last seen on screen in heist comedy Bank Chor he is gearing up for the release of his Tamil debut film Vivegam “I’m still choosy about my work I like to do one film a year and sometimes even two but not more I’m enjoying watching my children grow I like to spend more time with them I also have my businesses and charitable organizations that keep me busy” Vivek said in an interview He picks his films after considerable thought Asked what drew him towards Vivegam he said it is director Siva’s passion “It’s not the first south film I have been offered I have turned down projects from all the south industries in the past But when Siva approached me with Vivegam it took just fifteen minutes to get convinced I was moved by the passion with which he narrated and I wanted to work with him” recalls Vivek adding that he was initially hesitant about foraying into Tamil industry “It’s a new language which means double the effort The shoot required me to stay away from my kids for a long time in really cold countries I wasn’t quite sure initially but Siva’s conviction and faith in his script bowled me over” he said The film is named after Vivek and that made being part of project even more specialOn teaming up with Ajith one of the stars of Tamil filmdom Vivek said he found a brother in him “I was touched by his humility On the first day of the shoot he walked up to me and thanked me for being part of the project He referred me as sir and I didn’t know how to react But I could sense he was really humble and not faking it” Vivek said Elaborating with an example he said “I still remember that one time when he made tea and served to everybody on the sets including my staff A star of his stature need not to do that but he did and that surprised all of us” Vivek was also inspired by Ajith’s commitment “He worked really hard on his physique for this project He told me he was ashamed of his body in ‘Vedalam’ and wanted to get in shape He was so committed In Serbia he was the first to be in the gym every morning and he worked out rigorously” he said Ajith sports six-pack abs in the film due for release on Thursday His look was revealed in the film’s first poster and it sent his fans into frenzy Vivek isn’t nervous about the film’s release He already feels accepted by the audiences “The kind of love and warmth Ajith anna’s fans have shown me on social media makes me already feel accepted It’s one of the best roles I have played in my career I play a spy and I thoroughly enjoyed being part of this project” he said This is a year of many firsts for Vivek Apart from Vivegam he made his debut in the digital space via the web series Inside Edge currently streaming on AmazonTalking about the experience of venturing into a new space he said: “Let’s not judge a platform by its size It’s the experience that matters to me and if I find that on stage in a 100-seater theatre that’s where I want to be “When I accepted Inside Edge people thought I’m out of work If you start thinking about others you can’t live your life Only around 225 crore people watch movies in cinemas but over 40 crore people in India have smartphones What’s wrong if I cater to the 40 crore people through a new platform” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News