Difference is, falsely claiming benefits is breaking the law, tax efficiency is legal. I have no problem with HMRC chasing the 20 people pictured, even if it is a bizarre tactic, as they have broken the law. I do have a problem with companies being vilified for avoiding the massive burden placed on them by a hopelessly inefficient and broken system of taxation.+Ben Truman
As per my point above, fine, you think that's morally wrong, well personally I think it's morally wrong for any person (or company ) to hand over half their money to the state. Wayne argues that this is used to provide public services; I would counter that the level of service we're given is worth a fraction of what we pay.