Mossack Fonseca’s offices in Panama: The Australian Tax Office is investigating the affairs of 800 taxpayers from an earlier, smaller leak of papers from the   firm, and has reportedly found a significant minority of the names were of interest. Photograph: Alejandro Bolivar/EPA

The not-so-catchily named Joint International Tax Shelter Information and Collaboration (Jitsic) network, which is organised by way of the OECD, got a(...)

 An activist clutching a suitcase stuffed with fake money demands greater transparency in new legislation following the  Panama Papers  in Berlin, Germany. File photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Image

Senior international tax officials met at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on Wednesday to discuss responses to the P(...)

England’s captain Eoin Morgan dives to take a catch to dismiss New Zealand’s Ross Taylor in the  World Twenty20  semi-final at the Feroz Shah Kotla cricket ground  in New Delhi . Photograph:  Adnan Abidi/Reuters

England are on their way to the World Twenty20 final after Jason Roy’s career-best knock and more brilliant death bowling overwhelmed New Zealand. Th(...)

Afghanistan’s Najibullah Zadran makes his ground during his side’s World T20 defeat to England. Photograph: Afp

England rallied from a dreadful start against Afghanistan to claim a 15-run win in Delhi and keep alive their hopes of a World Twenty20 semi-final. A(...)

New Zealand’s Matt Henry celebrates taking the wicket of England’s Joe Root on 98 during day one of the first Test at Lord’s.  Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA  .

Cricket days like this are heaven-sent. Sunlit Lord’s, chattering crowd, shirtsleeve order in the pavilion, flags hanging lifeless on the poles, and i(...)

England’s James Anderson celebrates taking the wicket of West Indies’ Denesh Ramdin in the First Test  in Antigua to break the record for the most Test wickets as an England player previously held by Ian Botham. Photograph: Jason O’Brien/Action Images via Reuters

It had been a long time coming and for a while, as West Indies batted defiantly through the second half of the final day in pursuit of a draw in the f(...)

Chris Jordan took a stunning one handed catch at slip to remove Darren Bravo late on in the fourth day of the first test in Antigua. Photograph: Reuters

There came a point either side of tea when it was easy to gain the impression that this Test match was primarily about getting Jimmy Anderson to a rec(...)

Bangladesh celebrate after consigning England to a 15-run defeat in Adelaide. Photograph: Reuters

England are out of the World Cup. On a ground that has seen humiliation heaped upon them more than once in the past decade, they suffered one more ign(...)

Steve Finn is congratulated by his team mates after taking a wicket during England’s comprehensive nine-wicket victory over India at The Gabba.(Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

England took a giant stride towards the Tri-Series final with this bonus-point victory against one of the World Cup favourites at the Gabba. However, (...)

England captain Eoin Morgan rescued his side’s innings with a century but Australia still cruised to a three wicket victory at the SCG. (Photograph: REUTERS/Steve Christo)

Eoin Morgan’s determined century spared England embarrassment but could not prevent defeat as David Warner eased Australia to a three-wicket victory i(...)