UK Sport looks at creating full-time investigations unit

• String of controversial governance issues sparks action
• New code for governing bodies to come into effect next April

UK Sport is considering implementing a full-time investigations unit after a string of controversial governance issues including the recent look into the culture at British Cycling.

Announcing a governance code for all sports governing bodies that will require at least 30% of board members to be women if they want to continue to receive public money from Sport England and UK Sport, the latter said it was also examining whether to introduce a full-time investigations unit.

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