Panama Papers: Iceland PM resigns after calls to quit
Iceland's prime minister has been forced to resign after documents appear to reveal he and his wife concealed millions of dollars worth of investments in an offshore company.
He is first big political casualty of the leak of millions of documents from a Panamanian law firm about secret companies and tax havens.
The fallout from the huge data leak from the company Mossack Fonseca has reverberated across the globe.
Gavin Hewitt reports.