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A Norfolk solution to offshore investments

Richard Barr encourages the world's 1 per cent to hide their fortunes in the East of England where it will be protected from investigative journalists by a short-sighted farmer and some messy swine

15 April 2016

Those poor unfortunate people who are enormously wealthy must be in despair following the revelations about the activities surrounding Mossack Fonseca.

What can they do now with their billions? Where can they invest them to ensure that some mean minded government does not try to levy a little tax?

It is a tragedy for them and most of us will be concerned to help those global leaders and other billionaires who first had the ordeal of placing their assets in sun-drenched islands and now have the world cruelly suggest that what they have done is somehow morally wrong.

Fear not, for I am happy to report that once again Norfolk comes to the rescue. Few of you will know that the good people of Norfolk have been secretly planning Nexit.

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