Britain should deal with tax havens the way De Gaulle took on Monaco | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian

real transparency would make everyone’s tax return a public document.

The social shock would be seismic. At first people would feel as naked as if their clothes were stripped off in front of neighbours and work colleagues. Why else was Cameron so shy about revealing the scale of his wealth? He had done nothing unusual for families of his kind: it was the graphic exposure of his hundreds of thousands that made him blush. Why? Because people with inherited money know it’s not fair, they didn’t earn it and they are just lucky winners in life’s lottery.
-Polly Toynbee