The Integrity Initiative is a British organization that is funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) which criticizes Russia and spreads negative views about Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.  The organization is run by the Institute for Statecraft, a charity and think tank based in a Victorian Mill in Fife. 
The Integrity Initiative's activities have included "Operation Moncloa", where their "Spanish Cluster" blocked the appointment of socialist Pedro Banos to the position of Director of National Security in Spain.  The Initiative has also supported far-right, Ukrainian politicians who oppose Vladimir Putin. 
Emily Thornberry raised an urgent question about the Integrity Initiative to Alan Duncan. His response has been described by the Scottish Daily Mail as "embarassing", raising more questions than it answered.  Duncan confirmed funding of £1,961,000 in the 2018-19 financial year and £296,500 the year before. 
In a third batch of leaks from Anonymous, it was revealed that a French company called Lexfo offered the Integrity Initiative a proposal to spread untraceable propaganda via several hundred news sites, in multiple languages, including monitoring and editing Wikipedia pages.