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Google defends tax policy

Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman, has publicly defended his company’s corporation tax payments in the UK, but his comments are likely to rile subscribers to the Margaret Hodge (Labour MP) viewpoint that business obligations extend beyond compliance with the letter of the law.

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