Prime Minister David Cameron holds a Q&A session on the forthcoming European Union referendum with staff of PricewaterhouseCoopers on 5 April 2016 in Birmingham, England.
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David Cameron: 'There is more to do on tax evasion'

Jeremy Corbyn has said there should be an independent inquiry into the tax affairs of every British person linked to the Panama Papers.

The Labour leader said that should include the Cameron family, following news that the prime minister's late father had set up an offshore investment fund.

Downing Street said that David Cameron, his wife and children did not benefit from any offshore funds.

Kamal Ahmed reports.

  • 05 Apr 2016
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