On this thread.
It is also well-known that the guy has engaged in systematic investment income shifting with his wife, a classic and none-too-subtle tax avoidance.
So I respond to this, actually defending Murphy.
Yes, I know, me defending Ritchie, but I did.
I pointed out that no one at all has ever even thought, let alone alleged, that he was income splitting or shifting with investment income.
Rather, the allegation is that he was doing so with earned income, income from writing reports about how terrible tax dodging was.
A comment which got deleted.
So, there you have it, I, Worstall, correct a possible libel against Murphy at The Guardian and get censored for my efforts.