A virtual briefing and Q&A on the Paradise Papers, what they mean for the UK’s tax system, and what we can do to fix it. Juliette Garside is a financial correspondent at the Guardian, who specialises in tax and offshore investigations and has worked extensively on the Paradise Papers, and the Panama Papers before that. In 2016, her scoop on the financial affairs of David Cameron’s family forced him to become the first British prime minister to publish his tax returns. Juliette talks about tax avoidance by wealthy individuals. Simon Bowers has reported on the Paradise Papers for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, and was senior financial reporter and an investigative journalist for the Guardian. He has helped exposed tax evasion and avoidance strategies that have cost governments billions of dollars in lost taxes. Simon discusses tax avoidance by multinational companies.