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 MEPs have welcomed the decision of Luxembourg’s highest court to overturn the sentence of Antoine Deltour, the whistleblower who leaked thousands of documents exposing the country’s tax avoidance schemes that favour multinationals. The court unfortunately upheld the 1,000 euro fine against his colleague, Raphael Halet. Both...

The PANA Inquiry Committee met on March 2 and 3 in Luxembourg with Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna, Justice Minister Felix Braz; the Finance Committee in Luxembourg’s Chamber of Deputies; Fabien Grazier, from Le Quotidien Luxembourg; Anthony Simic, Managing Director Head of Private Banking in HSBC...

LuxLeaks whistleblowers Antoine Deltour and Raphaël Halet have seen their conviction for theft upheld in today’s appeal court verdict. Deltour received a six month suspended prison sentence and a 1.500 Euro fine and Halet a 1.000 Euro fine. The journalist Edouard Perrin was again acquitted...