Serious question here:
The UK has taken no legal action against the bank despite the evidence in the leaked files of wrongdoing, and only one individual has faced prosecution.
Is it against the law for the Swiss subsidiary of a British bank to do things that are legal under Swiss law?
If so, which law?
As to this:
France has recovered £188m in taxes and fines from a list of 3,000 clients and Spain has recovered £220m, also from 3,000 clients. The UK, by contrast, has recovered just £135m from a list of 6,000 clients in a series of secret deals that kept names out of the public domain.
We have non-doms, other countries don’t in quite the same manner. So, you’d expect rather more of “ours” to not be tax evaders.