Google to pay £24m in UK corporation tax

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Google is expected to pay £24m in backdated tax after a review of its offshore operations by HMRC. Nick Huber reports.

The company has made a provision for the expected tax bill in the accounts of its UK operation, the Sunday Times reported.

The provision follows public outcry about Google and other internet companies including Apple and Amazon which have legally paid little or no corporation tax in the UK.

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