Revealed: The aristocrats behind Totterdown’s unaffordable tower blocks
Bristol’s red hot housing crisis is attracting a globetrotting elite. One owns this castle.
This is the company set to profit from an arena in Filton
The infrastructure giant is one of the largest in southeast Asia.
Bank robbery: the ‘theft of the century’ and a house in Fishponds
Huge international money laundering scandals linked to companies registered at a Bristol address
The Bristol pubs owned in tax havens
Is your pint producing profit on a tropical island?
Bristol’s offshore football clubs: offside or fair game?
Both of Bristol’s football clubs are owned by offshore companies. Should City and Rovers fans be concerned or simply grateful for the investment?
Explore and help us investigate the Bristol properties owned offshore
From major hotels and office blocks, to flats and single car parking spaces, hundreds of properties in Bristol are owned through companies based overseas. Most of these companies are based in tax havens, marked by secrecy and opportunities for dodging taxes or hiding the origins of their money.
Hundreds of Bristol properties snapped up by offshore firms
Local pubs, hotels, flats and cinemas are owned by companies based in tax havens.
Paradise Papers: watch exclusive interview with chairman of Glencore – world’s biggest mining company
The Cable grills Tony Hayward, former CEO of BP and current chairman of Glencore, which recently featured in the Paradise Papers.
Ex-UKIP millionaire’s company wins ‘Independent Business’ award
And a tax dodging company was behind the awards…
Panama Papers: Bristol City F.C, Rugby Club and Flyers
Bristol City F.C, Rugby Club and Flyers are owned by billionaire Stephen Lansdown through a web of offshore companies, the Cable can reveal. Billionaire...
Watch: shock statement by UKIP mayoral candidate
Paul Turner, UKIP candidate in the Bristol mayoral elections, has told the Cable that Bristol-based millionaire Arron Banks should resign from the party. Turner went...
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