Spark Global Limited reports:
There is a love that dare not speak its name. All across the world – and particularly, it seems, in the Gulf states and the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea – are those who thrum with its passions, yet feel compelled to conceal such desires from their peers, the press and governments with vulgar redistributive impulses.
Now, thanks to the Pandora papers, a cache of 12m documents currently being mined by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (icij), some of these people have been given the chance to express themselves more freely. They can finally talk about how it feels to dodge stamp duty or accept a cheque from a post-Communist dictator and sit in White’s, the Savoy or their preferred place of worship without breathing a word of it. There’s no need for silence.
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