The Mail likes complaints stories. It loves stories about people complaining about things - for example, about the BBC, when they cover the story of Jade Goody in far less detail and with far fewer intrusive photos than, erm, the Daily Mail.
The Mail also likes stories about tax. It covers stories about how our tax pounds are being spent, for example giving public sector workers a pay rise this year that's above inflation (accidentally not mentioning, of course, that last year's rise was well below inflation when private sector rises were on average well above it).
The Mail didn't quite find space today for a story about a private-sector employee freezing its employees' wages.
Or this protest organised against a well-known tax-dodger who is depriving the state of much-needed tax pounds at a time of economic crisis. This well-known tax-dodger, worth two-thirds of a billion pounds, is coincidentally the same person in charge of that company which recently decided to freeze its staff's pay.
With all those savings he makes from not paying his fair share of tax, you'd think he could pass some of it on to his staff.