That is exactly what i looked at earlier. I just want to quote this from the bottom of that article..
Is this type of tax planning seen as aggressive?
No. Elaborate tax-planning schemes, including investments specially constructed for the purposes of cutting tax bills, have been under fire from HMRC and other quarters for several years. But the sorts of arrangements described here are generally viewed as "practical steps" taken as part of wider tax planning and tax efficiency.
Mr Ludwig said: "We have got to the point where there is an unhelpful blur between sensible, practical arrangements which are simply tax efficient, and the sorts of aggressive avoidance schemes which make the front pages."
So your comment about going to ''great lengths to devise a scheme to avoid Inheritance Tax'' is incorrect.