OECD boss on international tax laws
The head of the OECD's Centre for Tax Policy has said there should be international agreement on new tax laws ready for the G20 summit of global leaders later this year.
Speaking to the BBC's business editor Kamal Ahmed, Pascal Saint-Amans said that new standards would require companies to pay more tax in the countries where they sold goods or created revenues.
And, according to Mr Saint-Amans, that should mean technology companies such as Facebook, Apple and Google paying more tax to the UK Treasury.
14 May 2015