The Conservatives do really know how to slip over tax avoidance banana skins.
And the Sir Philip Green saga runs and runs. As Michael White says in the Guardian:
[Green] is the coalition's first own goal. Tory newspapers were offended, City eyebrows raised and backbench Lib Dem MPs scandalised. Green is a brilliantly successful British entrepreneur, but his family tax arrangements are very complicated and he would not get elected to the kind of Tory club to which David Cameron once belonged.
Tax avoidance really does not pay.
I know I say that, often. But it also happens to be true.
When will they learn?