I have a rather old fashioned view that the BBC should be unbiased. Quaint I know, but built into its charter, I note.
In Guernsey and Jersey they ignore that. Listen to this interview with a Guernsey Deputy who questions the VAT abuse in the island (start at 21 minutes in) and you'll here a typical interview by a BBC employee in the Channel Islands - they're always, without exception, on the side of the tax abuser, excusing that abuse is legiitmniate use of loopholes and so on. It's not questioning - they put it as fact.
And that's wrong.
I wonder if complaints to the BBC are justified in this case. This is systemic failure.