Cameron vows: I won't deal with tax avoiders

Cameron vows: I won't deal with tax avoiders

California City : CA : USA | Apr 23, 2012 at 1:27 AM PDT
Source: New Statesman
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After his worst month since entering office, David Cameron has launched a media offensive in an attempt to draw a line under the government's woes. His interview on this morning's Today programme covered Abu Qatada, Lords reform and the Budget but the most notable exchange was on tax avoidance.... FULL ARTICLE AT New Statesman
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