The U.K at the heart of the tax avoidance scandal

OLIVIER HOSLET

British Prime Minister David Cameron gestures on the first day of a two-days European Union leaders summit in Brussels, Belgium, 17 March 2016.

And the government does not have the authority to point fingers


Tax authorities in Britain will review documents handed over to investigative journalists in the Mossack Fonseca scandal.

Embarrassingly, this scandal touches upon the ruling Conservative Party and even the Prime Minister's family.

It is clear that tax avoidance, as opposed to tax evasion, is not illegal.

However, if three Conservative Members of Parliament, six Members of the House of Lords, and Conservative party donors, and the family of the Prime Minister Cameron are involved in tax...


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