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High life

Why my name didn’t appear in the Panama Papers

Legality being my middle name, I followed advice to steer well clear of the likes of Mossack Fonseca

23 April 2016

9:00 AM

23 April 2016

9:00 AM

My, my, the rich are under attack everywhere, and I thank God the Panama Papers didn’t include the name of the poor little Greek boy. Legality being my middle name, I took legal advice and stayed away from offshore trusts and shell companies as soon as my daddy died. Steer clear of Mossack Fonseca, they advised; everything’s gotta be on the up and up, which means that I now depend on the munificence of my children and their mother for walking-around money — and that includes change for coffee and a pack of fags now and then.

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