Panorama review: Praise where it's due for Paradise Papers exposé on tax havens

Panorama review: Praise where it's due for Paradise Papers exposé on tax havens
 

But praise where it’s due for its Paradise Papers two-part exposé on tax havens. 
It may have been particularly galling for licence fee payers to see, among those the programmes focused on, some of the lowly co-stars of the BBC comedy Mrs Brown’s Boys involved in these goings on. 
Three of them had together apparently been involved in having more than £2million in fees for the show paid into banks in Mauritius in a scheme to legally avoid tax.
There have been claims the actors didn’t really understand the scheme but it certainly gives a new meaning to laughing all the way to the bank.
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12 November 2017 in Showbiz, Views: 38
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