TV Chefs linked to Panama

Shall we have a look at where Michelin Star chef Paul Ainsworth leads us to? Oui, Chef!
Well, he gets an helping hand in his company matters by businessman Derek Mapp, who is quite a busy fellow:
Well, blow me down. Isn’t Derek Mapp a Freemason?

Not only that, but Paul Ainsworth used to work for Gordon Ramsay and Marcus Wareing.
Gordon Ramsay is linked to London Law Secretarial and Wellington House Nominees to help him manage his financial affairs:
Meanwhile, Masterchef critic Wareing is linked to none other than 788-790 Finchley Road, which is linked to the Panama Papers :
Here is Marcus Wareing receiving an award at the Freemasons Hall in Holborn, London, with Heston Blumenthal:
Well, Heston Blumenthal is linked to Swift Incorporations, Waterlow Secretaries, Waterlow Nominees and Instant Companies, a network of Freemasonic money-laundering conduit companies:
He is also linked to an Australian company called Tipsy Cake Pty Ltd,  which is linked to an address mentioned in the Panama Papers:
So, let’s have a look at TV Chef James Martin of Saturday Kitchen fame.
Well, James Richard Martin has got his companies registered at Lynwood House, 373-375 Station Road, Harrow, Middlesex, United Kingdom, HA1 2AW:
If you look in Companies House for HA1 2AW you will find that there are over 50,000 companies registered at Lynwood House, where you will find accounting firm RDP Newmans:
Let’s have a look at RDP Newmans then:
Well, it leads us directly into Woodberry Secretarial and Woodberry Directors coming out of 2 Woodberry Grove in North Finchley…the new address of the previous residents of 788-790 Finchley Road. Do not pass Go! Do not collect £200!
One of the Directors of RDP Newmans is David Michael Finn:
Well, if you delve into his companies you will see Freshsquare Limited, a dormant company with a current correspondence address of Lynwood House, but a previous link to Temple Secretaries Limited and Company Directors coming out of 788-790 Finchley Road:
And so does a previous Director, Roger Nyman:
Need we say any more?
Now do you see why there are so many cookery programmes on tv?