The Guardian reported on the Government’s delay of plans to require British tax havens such as the British Virgin Islands to introduce public registers that reveal the true identity of owners of companies sheltering their assets.
Helen was one of the MPs who worked to secure the new law against overseas Tax Avoidance, and the paper reports her response to the delay: “The government have tired and tried to avoid and delay this. But the law is clear. This takes their contempt for Parliament to a new low.”
You can read the full article on the Guardian’s website.