Chair of the Treasury select committee Andrew Tyrie has called on the Prime Minister to release details of the Cabinet Office's review into the government's work on combating economic crime.
In a letter to Theresa May, Tyrie asked for details on various aspects of the review, including its terms of reference and timeframe.
He also demanded transparency on which institutions would fall within its scope and the extent to which it would be subject to public scrutiny.
Tyrie (pictured) notified May he would raise the issue with the Liaison Committee and that her response would be released to the public.
Home secretary Amber Rudd first announced the review in front of Parliament last December, saying: "Next year we will publish a new asset recovery action plan, and the Cabinet Office will look at the UK's response to economic crime more broadly.
"This will include looking at the effectiveness of our organisational framework and the capabilities, resources and powers available to the organisations that tackle economic crime."
She said the government had recovered £1.2bn of criminal assets since 2010 with a further £3bn being frozen.
The Serious Crime Act 2015 has provided the government with new powers and an additional Criminal Finances Bill is expected to further improve the capabilities of government to tackle economic crime.
Financial crimes include tax evasion and cyber crimes.
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