As parliament rushes through the Economic Crime Bill in an attempt to toughen sanctions on Russian oligarchs, investor and anti-corruption campaigner Bill Browder talks to Anoosh Chakelian about the impact of sanctions on Russia.
He opens up about whether the UK has gone far enough, the psychology of Russian oligarchs, and why we should boycott McDonald’s.
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