McDonnell Presses Osborne Over Google's `Derisory' U.K. Tax DealBy
Labour finance spokesman writes to Osborne for clarification
London Mayor Johnson blames tax system for low settlement
The dispute over Google Inc.’s tax settlement with the U.K., which was lauded as a victory by the Treasury but dismissed as "derisory" by opposition lawmakers, deepened Tuesday after Labour finance spokesman John McDonnell demanded to know if Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne personally signed off the deal.
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