A year on from the revelations of Panama Papers, a new special investigation by the Guardian and 95 media partners worldwide into a leak of 13.4m files has uncovered an offshore empire bigger and more complicated than previously imagined.
With everyone from the royal family to Hollywood stars and some of the world’s biggest multinational companies involved in offshore dealings, questions about the legitimacy and ethics of using artificial tax-avoiding structures arise.
Has it all gone too far? Why are such schemes still legal? And what can we do about it? Join the Guardian's deputy editor Paul Johnson for a discussion on Paradise Papers’ discoveries and their likely consequences. Panellists include the Guardian's head of investigations Nick Hopkins, financial correspondent Juliette Garside and money editor Hilary Osborne.