Google 'will pay more tax in the UK'

Matt Brittin, the head of Google Europe, says the search and advertising giant will pay tax on UK sales.

He told BBC economics editor Kamal Ahmed: "We want to ensure that we pay the right amount of tax."

He added that Google wanted to focus on investing and hiring more people in the UK.

Google has agreed to pay £130m in back taxes after an "open audit" of its accounts by the tax authorities.