If not then you missed an HMRC appointee to a government backed panel tasked with curbing tax avoidance being outed for advising people who came to his seminars in how they could "keep money out of the chancellor's grubby mitts."
Sounds like he might have been the perfect person to advise the government on tax avoidance.
His scheme attempted to save SMEs tax by reducing the tax they paid on bonuses from 42% to 8.5%.
Unsurprisingly the person in question has stepped down from his position and has been replaced.
Surely some questions need to be asked about how this person managed to pass the due diligence to get his position on this influential board?