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Iceland’s Prime Minister, Sigmunder Gunnlaugsson has asked for parliament to be dissolved in the wake of the ‘Panama Papers’ scandal. However
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday (April 4) he had done nothing wrong, after lawmakers called for an investigation into allegations
Thousands called on the PM to resign amid claims he benefited from offshore holdings in tax havens.
Holding money in offshore companies is not illegal. But in the wake of the “Panama papers” leak, it is claimed there is evidence of funds being
The Ukrainian President says he's done nothing wrong, as lawmakers call for an investigation into allegations he used an offshore firm to avoid tax.
Under mounting pressure from the opposition, Iceland’s Prime Minister Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson is adamant he has no plans to resign over the Panama
No stranger to the spotlight, the world of football figures firmly in the “Panama papers” with players and top officials in the game’s governing body
“There are no safe havens for tax evaders and no-one should be in any doubt that the days of hiding money offshore are gone.” So says Britain’s tax
The Vatican says it is investigating claims that money meant for a children’s hospital was used to refurbish the luxury apartment of a high-ranking
Spain’s Princess Cristina told her tax fraud trial on Thursday (March 3) she had no knowledge of financial matters because her husband took charge of
Lionel Messi’s tax fraud case will be heard by a Barcelona court from May 31 through to June 3. The five-time world player of the year and his
The first day of a historic trial has drawn to a close. Princess Cristina has become the first member of the Spanish royal family to face criminal
EU regulators have told Belgium to claw back 700 million euros in extra taxes after they ruled 35 multinationals had benefitted from an illegal tax
It is crunch time for Apple in Italy. The US tech giant has reportedly agreed to pay 318 million euros to settle claims of tax dodging there. Apple