Barcelona and Argentina football star Lionel Messi is to face a tax evasion trial in Spain, a judge recently ruled.
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Footballer Sol Campbell has criticised Labour’s plan for a mansion tax, calling the party the "grim reaper" of successful people.
I bet any member of the Sex Pistols highly doubted they would ever be talking to the Telegraph in the 2000s about their views on finance.
In June, things were looking up for the Argentina striker, as charges against him in a tax fraud he was implicated in were almost dropped.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has had his bribery trial ended, by paying a Munich court US$100m (£60m).
Here’s new twist to the continuing series of celebrity tax avoider revelations.
Fans of the famous BBC show Blackadder may be surprised to discover that the real-life World War One counterpart of Captain Blackadder was a Scottish chartered accountant.
Things are loooking up for Argentinean striker Lionel Messi. Not only did he score his first World Cup goal last week in eight years, but he's also maybe on his way to having his tax charges dropped.