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Documentary “not all doom and gloom”

Businessman Marcus Cumber doesn’t believe the controversial BBC documentary “Trillion Pound Paradise” wasn’t all doom and gloom.

Mr. Cumber, who owns Island Air, featured heavily in the BBC show and says those watching back in the UK wouldn’t fail to be impressed.

He said he’s already been “hit up” by old friends in Britain who are clearly liked what they saw.

“I think if someone’s watching it in cold england at nine o’clock in the evening of a Friday having a couple of pints they might look at it and go, my God, it’s beautiful,” said Mr. Cumber.

“They may not understand what an off shore centre is but I can assure you it looked very, very attractive from where they were sitting.

“If I’m a businessman in England not sure what an offshore centre is and I’m doing fairly well in business, I might be curious to see what platforms there are for me as financial tools to grow my business.”

About the author

Paul Kennedy

Paul Kennedy

Paul has worked for more than 20 years for regional and national newspapers in the UK covering some of the world’s biggest stories.

A multi-award winning journalist, Paul’s dream story is to find a dog that can play the piano. In the meantime he covers general news, produces, and hosts a weekly show about English football.

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