How does Nando’s avoid paying tax in the UK? | Guardian Animations
Nando’s is one of Britain’s go-to place for spicy chicken.
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But behind the simplicity of their menu lies a complex offshore network of money that involves the Isle of Man, Ireland, Guernsey, the Netherlands, Ireland, Luxembourg and the British Virgin Islands. But how does it all end up in Jersey? And what is the connection to a grand 16th century estate in Wiltshire? Guardian special projects editor James Ball explains.

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