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'Panama Papers' push Iceland's PM to resign

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Iceland’s under pressure prime minister,Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson has tendered his resignation after his family’s offshore investments were revealed in the ‘Panama Papers’ leak.

The move must first be approved by his government’s coalition partners and the president before becoming official.

Gunnlaugsson and his wife allegedly set up a company in the British Virgin Islands with help from Mossack Fonseca the Panama law firm at the centre of the scandal.