As the Guardian reports this morning:
Attempts by the Barclay brothers, owners of the Daily Telegraph, to obtain a £1bn VAT windfall from the British taxpayer, are leading to criticism of the way their offshore commercial empire is structured.
The much-delayed broadcast of an investigation by the BBC's Panorama programme into the Barclays' tax affairs focuses on the Ritz hotel, another of their assets. The hotel in London has paid no corporation tax for the past 17 years by legally claiming reliefs.
As is apparent from media reports, I was interviewed during the making of this programme.
But until 8.30 this evening on BBC1 I am no more aware of what it actually says than anyone else.