Lycamobile's business practices are so bizarre that even its own auditors can't understand the movement of hundreds of millions of pounds around its sprawling offshore empire. Can you?
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Abandoned offices, PO boxes, building sites, and fake addresses. We visited the ghost companies that French prosecutors suspect funnelled tens of millions of euros into the accounts of the telecoms giant Lycamobile.
Nineteen people have been arrested and nine of them charged with money laundering after BuzzFeed News revealed Lycamobile’s “deeply suspicious” cash movements.
David Cameron's party reported fresh donations of £217,500 from Lycamobile weeks after BuzzFeed News revealed the telecoms giant's "deeply suspicious" business practices.
The party has written to Conservative chair Lord Feldman following an investigation by BuzzFeed News.
Lycamobile's main telecoms rival reported its suspicious money movements to the police after corporate spies were hired to tail its bagmen, BuzzFeed News can reveal.
A BuzzFeed News investigation uncovers secret details of a "shady" deal between the offshore empire of a major Tory donor and the nephew of the former Sri Lankan president accused of corruption and war crimes.
Lycamobile, which has continuously avoided paying corporation tax and has been exposed by BuzzFeed News for depositing rucksacks full of cash across London, donated to his mayoral campaign in 2012.
This is how the firm that deposits up to £1 million a week at the Post Office in rucksacks full of cash bought its way into the Tory elite.
How Lyca's bagmen ferried rucksacks full of cash all over London.
BuzzFeed News followed three bagmen from Lycamobile as they made "deeply suspicious" six-figure daily cash deposits at the Post Office.