From my article in The Sunday Times today:

“Fraud and forgery were a mainstay of Mossack Fonseca. It was their USP. Was this evaluated in the inquiry?

Even if, for argument’s sake, the outcome of insufficient evidence to prosecute may be the right one, the Attorney General should consider exercising his discretion at law and send the inquiry back to the magistrate, if these matters have not been assessed. They certainly don’t appear to have been from the fraction we’ve been allowed to see.”

Read the full article here.