Anti-Corruption Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia Killed By Huge Car Bomb In Malta

The Huffington Post | Graeme Demianyk | Posted 17.10.2017 | UK

Malta’s best-known investigative journalist, who led the Panama Papers probe into corruption in the country, has been killed after a powerful bomb b...

Living As A Digital Nomad - Learning More Than Expected When Taking Spanish Classes In Bocas Del Toro, Panama

Hannah Summers | Posted 23.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Hannah Summers

It was a heart-warming and hope-building experience to watch the progress made by this new project on a small Caribbean island in Panama during the few short weeks of my stay there. I think I'll check in with the team to ask 'how does the garden grow?' and find out if the momentum of the permaculture movement is massing.

Taking The PADI Open Water Diver Course In Bocas Del Toro, Panama

Hannah Summers | Posted 12.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Hannah Summers

Then comes the time that required skills have been comfortably completed and you dive under the wreck of a coral encrusted catamaran to marvel at the colours, the schools of fish and the appearance of a four-foot grouper that have claimed it as their home. You emerge as a scuba diver.

Why Business Transparency Is the Real Lesson of the Panama Papers

Dan Gandesha | Posted 16.04.2017 | UK
Dan Gandesha

Transparency is the new normal. The future belongs to the businesses that embrace it.

Are We Really All In This Together?

Banseka Kayembe | Posted 09.04.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Banseka Kayembe

We always knew that the super rich hide much of their money away, but that still does not detract from the horrifying revelations of this leak. I fear we live in a faux democracy; a society that has all the appearance of a nation that treats everyone the same, but under that veneer is an ideologically driven system, assembled to benefit those who already have it all. It remains to be seen what information will emerge if/when Cameron publishes his tax returns. But for the public, I suspect the damage is already done.

Panama Papers: Time for Ultimatums

Joshua Virasami | Posted 09.04.2017 | UK Politics
Joshua Virasami

With the Panama Papers the jig is up. Austerity's proposed logic, which has always been flawed, is now null and void. The public, in an extremely public fashion, now have proof of how the rich have robbed the poor.

Panama: Time to End the Tax Avoidance Charade

Fiona Hotston Moore | Posted 06.04.2017 | UK
Fiona Hotston Moore

These tax havens are often used for money laundering the gains of other criminal activities. Tax evasion and wider criminal activity all too often go hand in hand. But whilst it may be getting harder to hide wealth, the jolting truth from the latest revelations is that it is evidently still not hard enough.

In the Name of the Father, the Son and the Spirit of the Law

Jess Phillips | Posted 06.04.2017 | UK Politics
Jess Phillips

The sins of Cameron's dad are not his fault. True, but the Government are no strangers to damning the children of people who they think aren't doing their bit for society. Barnardo's, the Child Poverty Action Group and many others have all said that the Conservative Welfare and Work Bill will make poor children poorer. Policies such as only paying tax credits to the first two children in a family directly penalise children for the decisions of their parents. So In Tory Britain poor kids are paying the price for the actions of their parents but David Cameron doesn't have to?

Panama, Loud Complaining and the Death of Offshore Centres... Again

Gray Smith | Posted 06.04.2017 | UK
Gray Smith

While the world tolerates tax havens, they are frequently the lowest cost way of conducting business and so they continue to grow. They have reached the point where any tax or fund adviser in London who did not recommend them to their wealthy clients would soon be out of business as the competition would have a better product.

We Got a Global Agreement on Climate Change - We Need the Same Global Action to Regulate Tax Havens

Marina Kim | Posted 06.04.2017 | UK
Marina Kim

Public register is perhaps too much to ask, but the pressure should be on the introduction of the global private register accessible for the international law enforcement authorities, if we really want to fight corruption. Those countries and territories that refuse to implement the register should face sanctions.

Panama Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg: Global Tax Avoidance Is Literally Killing the Poor

Diane Abbott | Posted 05.04.2017 | UK Politics
Diane Abbott

Britain's refusal to shut its tax havens also makes possible tax avoidance by global corporations and global leaders. This is a stitch up. Meaningful reform of the tax system in the interest of the public is being prevented due to the interests of the world's rich and powerful, who are making a killing. Those literally being killed from this cosy deal are the world's poor. An estimated 1,000 children die each day across the developing world because illicit and untaxed income is spirited away from developed countries into tax havens.

The 10 Most Interesting People Implicated In The Panama Papers If You Live In The UK

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 28.04.2016 | UK

An investigation published by a global coalition of more than 100 media outlets has revealed how celebrities, business leaders, criminals, sports star...

The Day I Met 'the Most Content People on the Planet'

Chloe Gunning | Posted 27.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Chloe Gunning

What was there to do on these two paradise islands? Other than swim, snorkel, walk their perimeter and relax on the beach... not very much! What a beautifully unfussy life! No one was in a hurry or clutching a mobile phone. There was no TV or radio blaring.

Nine Overwater Bungalows to Escape Your Winter Blues

Trivago.co.uk | Posted 01.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle

January and February are notorious for being the most depressing months of the calendar. In order to escape your winter blues, why not lust over a holiday in an exotic location? These luxurious overwater bungalow resorts offer privacy, luxury and unbeatable views.

Preparing to Return to London

Chloe Gunning | Posted 25.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Chloe Gunning

Earlier this year I made the decision to quit my job, and take a few months out to see the world. I love London, but a combination of things had made me exhausted with my life in the big city. I was ready to leave my comfort zone and go on some adventures!

Dictator Loses To Call Of Duty In 'Absurd' Lawsuit

The Huffington Post UK | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 29.10.2014 | UK Tech

A judge at Los Angeles Superior Court has dismissed a case brought forward by ex-dictator Manuel Noriega after he tried to sue Activision for using hi...

Back-From-The-Dead Canoe Fraudster In Trouble Over Date

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 26.01.2014 | UK

John Darwin, the man who faked his own death in a canoeing accident, is facing a return to prison after he left the UK without permission to meet a st...

Six Places Not to be Missed in a Lifetime

HomeAway.co.uk | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle

So many places; so little time. Yes I love to travel, but deciding on where to go when there are so many places can be tricky...

Mexico Commentators Celebrate USA Win Vs Panama (VIDEO)

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 18.10.2013 | UK Sport

Border tension was put to one side as the United States defeated Panama midweek to gift Mexico a frankly undeserved World Cup playoff qualifier with N...

Planet Appetite: Paradise in Panama - Cruising the Islands of San Blas and Bocas del Toro

Rupert Parker | Posted 13.04.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Rupert Parker

If you think that the only thing to see in Panama is its canal, then you'd be wrong. Off the Caribbean coast are hundreds of delightful coral islands, nestling in an idyllic turquoise sea.

Planet Appetite: 3rd Annual Parade of a Thousand Polleras in Las Tablas, Panama, is Spectacular

Rupert Parker | Posted 07.04.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Rupert Parker

The Pollera is the women's national costume in Panama and, for this year's parade of "Mil Polleras", over 11,000 dressed up to take part. Even the President was there.

Man Who Sold Life On Ebay Bounces Back After Disney Buys Rights To Movie

Huffington Post UK | Felicity Morse | Posted 12.04.2012 | UK

Ian Usher put his whole life on eBay in 2008 after his marriage broke down: his job, his car, his house, a motorbike and even an introduction to his f...

What Has Happened to Argentine Dignity?

Peter Martindale | Posted 21.04.2012 | UK Politics
Peter Martindale

The Argentine people should have the intelligence and dignity to drop all claims to the Falklands and so to benefit from improved relations and trade, or for ever be complaining about the state of their own country and what might have been.