The Panama Papers

Accountability is long over due. Not to mention some Justice and not Just-Us!

Road To Somewhere Else

By Daniel Margrain

The handing over by an anonymous source of massive amounts of data from the Panama-based, German-run law firm Mossack Fonseca which specializes in providing clients with dodgy offshore accounts, had clearly contributed to some unease within the camp of British Prime Minister, David Cameron. Rarely, if ever, do corporate journalists give Cameron a hard time and this was no exception. Having just returned from one of many in a long line of luxury holiday’s on the back of the impending collapse of the UK steel industry, a car crash shambles of a budget, divisions within his own party over Europe and with government policy over schools and health in meltdown, Cameron angrily snapped at reporters in response to feeble attempts to bring him to account regarding the extent to which his father allegedly attempted to shield his wealth from the UK tax authorities.

Cameron was clearly in no mood…

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A wanderer who has found home in the South of France.
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3 Responses to The Panama Papers

  1. Daniel Margrain says:

    Very nice blog. Congratulations.

    • Léa says:

      Alas, I merely reblogged the post and did it gladly. I am grateful that someone spoke out. I do believe it goes much deeper and we shall see what actually gets uncovered and the rhetoric, excuses and attempts to cover-up that always follow. Thank you for stopping by and commenting.

    • Léa says:

      Thank you. I do hope you come back and visit one of my blogs again sometime.

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