Cameron Defends Tax Affairs to Lawmakers After Panama FilesBy
Prime minister says he was `angry' at stories about his father
Labour's Corbyn says public is angry about tax evasion
U.K Prime Minister David Cameron defended his tax affairs to Parliament, telling lawmakers he’d been slow to respond to questions because of anger at seeing his late father’s name attached to stories about offshore evasion.
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