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Google’s UK accounts draw fire on two fronts

Google’s latest accounts reveal the tech firm was charged £36.4 million ($45.3 million) in UK corporation tax last year, and claim its UK profits amount to £1 billion, however critics say such figures do not tally with reality.

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