We have an uncomfortable relationship with tax, writes Lawrence Gosling, as he considers the wider impact of the 'Paradise Papers'.
Most people would prefer not to pay it and getting a look at the affairs of the rich and famous via the Paradise Papers could be seen by many as more titillating than details of people's sex lives. ...
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