Gaps in laws leave two thirds of offshore property owners anonymous

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More than two thirds of properties held by overseas shell companies are still not reporting the identity of their owners as a result of flaws, loopholes and gaps in the laws meant to crack down on dirty money in UK property, new analysis has warned.

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