Mon 25 February 2008, The Guardian

Revenue paid up to £100,000 for details of secret bank accounts in Liechtenstein

By David Gow and Terry MacAlister
Britain's tax authorities have paid up to £100,000 to an informant for details of secret bank accounts held by wealthy Britons and overseas residents using one of the world's most notorious tax havens, Liechtenstein.
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