Police will get access to tax haven details, Cameron says

British Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing street to make a statement at the Houses of Parliament on April 11, 2016 in LondonBritish police will soon be able to pierce the secrecy of certain tax havens, Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday, as he sought to defuse pressure over his tax affairs linked to the so-called Panama Papers. Britain is creating a list that reveals the identities of individuals who benefit from an investment even if it is held in the name of another person. Cameron told the House of Commons that all British crown dependencies and overseas territories except Anguilla and Guernsey had already signed up to furnish the information.

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