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The chairman of a U.K. parliamentary committee investigating Google for tax evasion calls the firm “devious, calculating, and unethical,” yet British officials court the firm’s CEO as if he were royalty.

Prime Minister David Cameron urges tax havens to mend their ways and vows to crack down on tax cheats, yet argues that taxes must be low in the United Kingdom because “we’ve got to encourage investment, we’ve got to encourage jobs and I want Britain to be a winner in the global race.”

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