British Prime Minister David Cameron has fought back after days of damaging headlines over past investments in an offshore fund set up by his late father. Speaking in parliament, he said he had fully complied with the law with respect to his taxes.
For years European governments have allegedly been complicit in money laundering and tax evasion schemes. So what can be done to crack down on dirty money offenders?
British Prime Minister David Cameron has defended his financial policies in the wake of the Panama Papers. He cast himself as a reformer even as the wealth divide in the UK has grown under his watch.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has published his tax returns to ease criticism following the "Panama Papers" data leak. German politicians have called on Cameron to "immediately" do more to tackle tax evasion and fraud.
Questions arise over whether UK Prime Minister David Cameron benefited from offshore funds after the "Panama Papers" leak revealed his late father to have been a Mossack Fonseca client. Cal Flyn reports.
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