This April is Finacial Literacy Month.  Quite apt perhaps, when the headlines have been dominated by lurid tales of tax returns, off-shore shenanigans and rich folks’ creative accountancy. However, there is a danger that the sanctimonious response to the leak will distract young people from discussion about serious financial matters, says the director of the Institute of Ideas

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