Tax dodgers should be "named and shamed", a spending watchdog has warned, to discourage the rich and famous from exploiting legal loopholes to avoid paying billions to the Treasury.
It called for a public list of of promoters who use their schemes.
Last year comedian Jimmy Carr apologised after it emerged he used a complex scheme to reduce his tax bill.
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