Prime Minister defends tax affairs and father in Commons
David Cameron has appeared before MPs to defend his financial affairs, his late father's offshore business, and the government's record on tackling abuses of the tax system.
Jeremy Corbyn, who also published his tax return this afternoon, said the prime minister had failed to appreciate public anger over the issue of tax avoidance.
Laura Kuenssberg reports.
11 Apr 2016
- From the section UK Politics