So, they strengthened the headline a bit:
The BBC, not its presenters, is the real tax dodger
A bit stronger than me:
Some 100 or so of the BBC’s highly paid presenters and talent are said to have used such a scheme, on the grounds that the BBC encouraged them to do so. It’s employers’ NI which goes unpaid here, so who is the tax dodger? Possibly the employer, the BBC itself?
Sadly, they took out the reference to Richard Murphy, the man who recommended such schemes for nannies in The Observer.