Sorry, to keep referring to it, but Alex Hawkes at Accountancy Age has done a review of Hecklers. I think he's been objective, and fair. But then I might since he concludes:
All in all, I think the hecklers lost
Funnily enough, I agree with that. But I also agree with Alex when he says:
Personally, I think the rules are indefensible and should be ditched at once.
That's much more important. Despite the personal accusations lobbed by the hecklers during the programme I have no interest in this issue bar the creation of a just, equitable and democratically justifiable tax system. It's not much to ask for, is it?