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Call for scrutiny after Charles’s ‘serious conflict’ revealed by Paradise Papers

Belfast Telegraph Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
The Prince of Wales lobbied for a change to two climate change deals after investing in an offshore carbon credit trading company, according to the leaked Paradise Papers.
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Britain’s Prince Charles has become the latest wealthy individual to be dragged into the Paradise Papers tax haven scandal. His private estate is said to have held an undisclosed interest in an offshore company which may have benefited from his campaigning for global agreements to allow ‘carbon...

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