Top stories in the latest issue:
From Britain’s top taxman with a history of working with and for the world’s tax havens, to how chunks of the NHS are now heading offshore.
When the PM was first asked about his family’s tax affairs he was on a visit to PwC – the accountancy firm of ‘industrial scale tax avoidance’ fame.
Wealthy ex-cabinet minister Dominic Grieve speaks up for the British Virgin Islands… but fails to say how his own interests tie in with the BVI.
Despite calls for transparency over ownership of UK properties held offshore, the government decides to privatise the Land Registry.
IT’S A STEEL!
British Steel, aka the Scunthorpe steelworks, won’t be very British at all when it is sold to a private equity group with a holding company in Jersey.
The Brexit campaigners using a Dutch-owned firm headquartered in Rotterdam to print their ‘let’s get out of the EU now’ leaflets.
High-ups in Len McCluskey’s Unite union don’t like the Eye, it emerges at a kangaroo court that expelled a union member critical of the leadership.