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Cameron should withdraw Eric Schmidt of Google from his team

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"Google is an evil company" was the comment of Margaret Hodge MP earlier this week when Google executives tried to pretend they did not do sales through their London offices. Google should pay its taxes in the UK and not try to find loopholes. This is not an ethically run company. They contribute nothing to the Creative Industries but happily take our advertising. So how about taxing the adverts which appear on UK web sites?

If David Cameron wants to make sure the likes of Apple, Amazon, Google and Starbucks pay their dues he should withdraw Eric Schmidt from his meeting on Monday at No.10 or agree to hold a press conference with him where Google will say it will pay it dues.


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