Paradise Papers: 10 things we learned

Apple tax back in the spotlight, as Queen, Bono and Everton all feature in latest batch of financial leaks

8th November, 2017
Calls for restrictions on investments by Queen's private estate. Pic: Getty

The Paradise Papers is the name given to millions of documents leaked to the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung and shared with a number of media organisations around the world, including the BBC, The Guardian and the Irish Times.

Most of the documents relate to Appleby, a law firm and corporate services provider. They show how individuals and companies use offshore locations to legally reduce their tax bills.

In response, EU finance ministers yesterday brought forward...

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