DAVID Cameron last night lashed out at comedian Jimmy Carr, branding his tax arrangements "morally wrong" after it was claimed the popular entertainer sheltered more than £3 million a year.
DAVID Cameron last night lashed out at comedian Jimmy Carr, branding his tax arrangements \"morally wrong\" after it was claimed the popular entertainer sheltered more than £3 million a year.
CRITICISM: Comedian Jimmy Carr is under fire.
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His intervention came as it emerged the advisory firm at the centre of the tax furore is a Scottish business consultancy based in Kirkcaldy, Fife. Peak Performance runs the K2 tax avoidance scheme that has enabled Mr Carr to shelter £3.3m from tax, and advises 1000 other clients, accountant Roy Lyness told an undercover reporter for a London-based newspaper.
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