The Villa in the vicinity of Marbella where Boris Johnson went on vacation can be linked to tax havens, according to 'The Guardian'. The property - located at the 'Premier' by the Secretary of State for Environment Zac Goldsmith - is registered through a company based in Malta (Bora Investments), related to companies in the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean and administered by a Swiss firm specialized in high fortunes.
A spokesman for Downing Street did not confirm who has received the stay of the 'Premier' at the Villa de Benahavís, which rent regularity for 25,000 pounds a week (almost 30,000 euros). The aforementioned spokesman either did not respond to whether there may have been a "conflict of interest" by the fact that Johnson accepted to spend a few days at an Lord designated by himself and then asked as a member of the cabinet.
Zac Goldsmith, 46, is the son of the deceased Millionaire James Goldsmith and was director of 'The Ecologist', founded by her Uncle Teddy. For some time he has maintained a close friendship with Carrie Johnson, with whom he also shares environmental concerns.
The alleged connections with tax havens of Villa Marbellí have added even more controversial the 'Premiere' getaway, which left behind the supply crisis in your country, in full climax of the Ireland Protocol and is missing three weeks for COP26 of Glasgow , considered as a key piece for British diplomacy.
The controversy over the possible ties with tax havens of Villa Marbellí has now occurred to the reburn of the 'Pandora Papers' scandal, with more 12 million documents revealing the subterfuges of millionaires, politicians and outstanding donors to hide their fortunes in paradises Prosecutors
The secretary of the Treasury Rishi Sunak himself responded to the revelations claiming that tax avoidance is "a global problem". The fact that the 'prermier' passes a vacation in a village linked to tax havens seriously puts it in the commitment of it in the struggle for transparency in the property in the United Kingdom.
Boris and Carrie Johnson arrived on Friday last Friday, which consists of five integrated suites and has two swimming pools and an ecological farm on a plot of more than 200 hectares. The couple and their son Wildfred have taken a private life on the farm, away from cameras and reflectors.
Downing Street has insisted that the 'Premier' has continued working on vacation and has maintained rounds of conversations with international leaders. The Taboice 'The Daily Mirror' published this week on a photo in which Johnson was seen at a picture under a starting ring: "Are you having fun, boris?"Updated Date: 14 October 2021, 18:05