Sat 21 March 2009, The Guardian

Toxic mixture of intellect and greed

• Given that the "gagged" Barclays documents are now widely available, the bank's continuing attempts to ban publication are laughable and their arguments for non-disclosure indefensible (Judge upholds bank's attempt to gag Guardian, 20 March). Having read the seven documents, I am astonished at the scale of human and financial resource dedicated to conjuring profits from a systematic abuse of loopholes between different tax regimes. This is where global businesses plunder national treasuries. Legal it may be; responsible it certainly is not.
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