A new list of corporate tax havens has named Jersey as the seventh most aggressive in the world. The Tax Justice Network created the ranking by assigning a haven score based on 20 different criteria. Both Jersey and Guernsey scored 98 out of a possible 100, putting them up there with the worst.
Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man are not represented in the House of Commons, yet MPs are being asked to change laws in the islands. Some have warned the move could spark a constitutional crisis, and even calls for independence. So can MPs actually force the laws - making company ownership information public - on the Crown dependencies?
Nicola Sturgeon is to meet senior UK government politicians for the first time since accusing them of ripping up the devolution settlement. The first minister will hold talks with Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington in Guernsey.