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BBC to squander tens of millions in licence fee cash to settle the tax bills of dozens of its stars - Daily Mail

BBC to squander tens of millions in licence fee cash to settle the tax bills of dozens of its stars  Daily MailThe BBC plans to use licence fee payers' cash to settle its stars tax bill. It had pressured them to set up personal *service* companies to avoid tax. Christa Ackroyd ...22-03-2019
BBC to squander tens of millions in licence fee cash to settle the tax bills of dozens of its stars  Daily Mail

The BBC plans to use licence fee payers' cash to settle its stars tax bill. It had pressured them to set up personal *service* companies to avoid tax. Christa Ackroyd ...

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