A political commentator has told ITV News big changes need to be made in the Channel Islands, because 'tax havens won't last forever'.
Journalist, activist and out-spoken left wing campaigner Owen Jones has made a name for himself challenging traditional politics and capitalism.
He is speaking at the Jersey Arts Centre with his show "The Politics of Hope."
He told ITV News he believes financial reform is needed.
He said he thinks 'international transparency' is key to solving the problem, saying businesses should be 'obliged to say how much money they’re paying [for tax] in each country'.
The author said he doesn't see a future for what he refers to as 'tax havens', because of increasing frustration among ordinary people.
When asked what he would do if he was Chief Minister of Jersey, he said he would prioritise housing, jobs, a living wage and making sure the rich pay an appropriate amount of tax.
The activist also offered his view on international affairs, including the American presidential elections.
He referred to Donald Trump as someone who threatens the 'future of democracies across the Western world’ and says he is 'injecting poison into the mainstream of American politics.'
Watch presenter Jess Dunsdon's interview with Owen Jones below.