QUESTION TIME

The Paradise Papers: What do you want to know?

What do you want to know about the impact of the Paradise Papers? Do you have a lingering question?

Almost a year ago, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and 95 other media organizations from across the world published an expose of shadowy dealings from the offshore world.

The Paradise Papers looked at the elite law firm Appleby and its clients, including multinationals such as Apple and people such as the Queen of England and Lionel Messi.

A lot has happened since we first published on November 5, 2017. We’ve tried to cover as much as possible, including updates here, here and here.

But, as the anniversary nears, we thought we’d ask you, our much-valued readers, what do you want to know about the impact of the Paradise Papers? Do you have a lingering question?

No doubt you’ll have some clever suggestions, and tough questions, too. We’ll try to address them all, if we can.

Leave your question below, with an email address so that we can start a conversation and hopefully find the answer you need.

We’ll publish questions and answers on November 5.

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