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Jimmy Carr teased on TV over tax
Jimmy Carr's tax arrangements caused a furore
Jimmy Carr will admit the row over his tax affairs was "entirely my fault" on his television show 8 Out Of 10 Cats.
The comedian presents the Channel 4 comedy panel game tonight (Friday) for the first time since the news broke about him using a complex scheme to avoid paying HM Revenue and Customs. His fellow panellists tease him mercilessly about his domination of the headlines this week, with team captain Sean Lock telling him: "We all like to put a bit of money away for a rainy day, don't we? But I think you're more prepared than Noah."
Prime Minister David Cameron joined a chorus of criticism of Jimmy, whose tax arrangements were disclosed in The Times on Tuesday.
Yesterday Jimmy issued a statement apologising, saying he had "made a terrible error of judgment".
But that doesn't stop his fellow comedians turning their rapacious wit on him during filming.
When he heard Jimmy was on the front pages of newspapers, Sean joked he feared much worse. He said: "I was expecting to see one of those white police tents in the background and a copper holding a laptop in a see-through carrier bag."
Jimmy replied: "I've been dishing it out for years, it's about time I got some."
And he went on: "I hate to sound like I'm passing the buck, but I'll tell you who I blame for this whole mess - me. It's entirely my fault."
In a statement in which he admitted making a "terrible error of judgment", he said he met a financial adviser who asked: "Do you want to pay less tax? It's totally legal." He said in the statement: "Although I've been advised the K2 Tax scheme is entirely legal, and has been fully disclosed to HMRC, I'm no longer involved in it and will in future conduct my financial affairs much more responsibly. Apologies to everyone."
:: 8 Out Of 10 Cats is on Channel 4 at 10pm tonight.