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How some of London’s most valuable properties, owned by the Queen, have been sold via a series of leases to sunny offshore tax havens.
SHEIKH YOUR BOOTY
Endurance GB, which governs long-distance horse racing, gets its reward for keeping quiet about scandals linked to the family of wealthy devotee Sheikh Mohammed of Dubai.
The Tutors’ Association may speak up noisily for private academic tutors, but it turns out it’s neither an official regulatory or professional body.
Why millions of people who cash in private pensions will be left seeking advice from a bunch of amateurs under the Pension Wise initiative.
Clinical commissioning groups set up to give GPs control of health budgets offer rich pickings to consultants – often with nothing to show for their services.
As payday lenders are squeezed, ‘rent to own’ firms that sell household goods to low-income families are cashing via high-cost credit.
The government is at last considering taking action over landlords who use fake charity tenants to avoid paying rates on empty properties.
Mediation fails to resolve problems in the village of Botton, where disabled people share homes and work alongside their able-bodied co-workers.