Lord MacLaurin says there is no way to stamp out all corruption
Three Pakistan cricketers involved in the spot-betting scandal - Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir - were jailed on Thursday.
There were claims in court that the conspiracy runs deeper than originally thought and the lawyer for the players' agent Mazhar Majeed said a fourth player had been heavily involved.
Former England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Lord MacLaurin was involved in the fight against corruption in 2000 following the Hansie Cronje case. He tells BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast what he makes of this scandal.
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