The Isle of Man will be under the spotlight in a news programme centered on tax avoidance tonight.
Following allegations made by the National Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK was questioned by BBC's Panorama for the feature 'Paradise Papers.'
He responded last month to questions of VAT avoidance, saying that his Government is "confident we have followed the procedures."
Last night Panorama ended with a teaser of what was to come on tonight's episode, along with the comment, "the island that changed the law to help tax dodgers."
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