"Mark Faulkner and his partner Harriet Logan moved more than £28m in cash and assets to a Mauritian company called Babington PCC.
Officially they have given away their fortune, but the Paradise Papers documents show they could still control how cash was spent because they acted as "investment advisers" to Babington.
They have advised the offshore company to buy a £3.25m country mansion, properties in London, a brand new Aston Martin, an art collection, a collection of classic photographs and a cellar of vintage wines."
"...it has now been shown in the Paradise Papers that the Queen is also a tax avoider."
By tradition, the monarch does not have to pay tax at all, but in 1992 the Queen and price Charles elected to make voluntary payments of both income tax and capital gains tax.
The Queen is unlikely to have known anything about the investments made on her behalf by the Duchy of Lancaster. It has been widely acknowledged that had she been consulted she would not have countenanced anything which would have even the slightest whiff of impropriety about it.