More than US$400 billion (£325 billion) of dirty money has flowed into the UK in the past 30 years, according a report by Transparency International UK. Photo: Flickr

Monet’s Water Lilies, 7 private jets, a US$1.3 million Cartier ring – the most extravagant purchases made with dirty money in the UK

More than US$400 billion of dirty money has flowed into the UK in the past 30 years – accepted by the likes of Harrods, Sotheby’s, Chelsea FC, Citigroup and the Royal Bank of Scotland

Topic |   Britain

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More than US$400 billion (£325 billion) of dirty money has flowed into the UK in the past 30 years, according a report by Transparency International UK. Photo: Flickr
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A pair of shoes worth almost US$20 millionaire seen during the launch presentation at the Dubai Marina in Dubai. Italian designer Antonio Vietri’s Moon Star Shoes feature 30 carats of diamonds and a small piece of a meteorite discovered in Argentina in 1576. Photos: AFP

US$20 million heels? World’s most expensive shoes are made of solid gold, with 30 carats of diamonds and a 1576 meteorite

The world’s most expensive shoes, worth US$19.9 million, were unveiled on a yacht in Dubai by Antonio Vietri, whose design includes a solid gold heel, 30 carats of diamonds, and a bit of an Argentinian meteorite dated to circa 1576

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A pair of shoes worth almost US$20 millionaire seen during the launch presentation at the Dubai Marina in Dubai. Italian designer Antonio Vietri’s Moon Star Shoes feature 30 carats of diamonds and a small piece of a meteorite discovered in Argentina in 1576. Photos: AFP
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