The files include allegations that the Queen’s private estate secretly invested huge sums of cash in tax havens
The Queen is being shamed to take the heat off true tax ‘hypocrites’ after the Paradise Papers revealed £10million of her cash was ploughed into an offshore fund, royal experts said today.
The dossier says cash was secretly funnelled to the Cayman Islands and Bermuda and revealed Bono, members of Donald Trump’s cabinet and businesses including Apple and Facebook also invested in tax havens.
Royal officials have said she had no direct involvement in the investments and they are ‘not aware of any tax advantages’.
Today Jeremy Corbyn suggested that anyone on the list – including the Queen – should apologise.
Dickie Arbiter, the Queen’s former