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- 2022年3月19日 at 3:08 AM#2413leebetche14579Guest
The EU has impounded more than £500million of yachts from sanctioned oligarchs in 48 hours while Britain is still to grab a single supercar, mansion, artwork or asset from Putin’s richest allies after the Government was accused of failing to seize on the benefits of Brexit and getting bogged down by red tape from the country’s top QCs.<br>Ministers have been accused of being ‘too soft’ and ‘frightened’ of Russian billionaires – some of whom have donated to the Tories – despite an independent and more nimble sanctions regime being hailed as one of the big benefits of the split from Brussels.<br>While the UK has sanctioned 200-plus individuals, banks and businesses, the 15 oligarchs on the list haven’t yet lost a single asset – but within 48 hours of sanctions in the EU, two yachts were impounded in Germany and France. <br>It came as The Times reported that the Government has cut the budget of the anti-corruption unit tasked with investigating dirty money in London, nicknamed ‘Moscow on Thames’ because of the amount of Russian cash flowing through it. <br>Russia has more than 120 billionaires and experts say that there are dozens of oligarchs with links to Britain who remained completely untouched by sanctions, as well as 600-plus companies.<br>free $50 btc, you could contact us at our web-page.