Queen should apologise, suggests Corbyn

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Jeremy Corbyn has suggested the Queen , amongst other, should apologise for using overseas tariff sanctuaries if they were used to avoid taxation in the UK.

The Labour leader was expected at the CBI conference whether the Queen should say sorry for seeing overseas investments.

He said anyone putting money into levy refuges for the purposes of shunning should “not just apologise for it, recognise what it does to our society”.

The BBC has revealed that the Queen’s estate has use overseas levy havens.

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