The map above shows countries where the head of state, politicians, public officials, public figures and/or their close family/associates are implicated in the Panama Papers (so far).
The maps above and below show how the world looks to people with different types of colour blindness.
Up to 8% of men and 0.4% of women in the world may have some colour blindness. In absolute numbers, this translates into as many as 296 million men and 15 million women.
The brilliant isochrone world map above shows how long it takes to get from London to any other point in the world in 2016.
It was created by the team at Rome2rio, who specialise in helping people get anywhere on earth, and is an update to the famous 1914 map by cartographer and geographer John George Bartholomew (see below)
The map above was created by the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign and highlights the huge risk to the British economy if it votes to leave the EU.
At risk are EU signed free trade deals with 60+ countries (covering an area far larger than the British Empire). If the UK were to leave, it would have to start from square one and renegotiate new free trade deals with each and every one.
The map above presents a very short history of colonialism around the world from 1492-2008 in one simple GIF. Interestingly, it doesn’t limit itself to European colonialism but also includes the colonial empires of the United States, Russia/Soviet Union and Japan.