Lewis Hamilton's £3.3m VAT refund
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Paradise Papers: How Lewis Hamilton got a £3.3m VAT refund

Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton avoided tax on his £16.5m luxury jet, according to Paradise Papers documents.

They show a £3.3m VAT refund was given after his Bombardier Challenger 605 was imported into the Isle of Man in 2013.

Mr Hamilton's lawyers said the structures had been reviewed by a tax barrister who confirmed they were lawful.This video has been optimised for mobile viewing on the BBC News app. The BBC News app is available from the Apple App Store for iPhone and Google Play Store for Android.

  • 06 Nov 2017