France has no intentions of backing down on Google taxes, French finance minister Michel Sapin confirmed, after French tax authorities raided the Parisian offices of the Silicon Valley search giant last week.
It emerged last week the Indian company is considering retaining its loss-making business, despite putting it up for sale in March.
A family of wealthy property investors is to face questions from MPs over a �35m advance that played a crucial role in the sale of BHS to former bankrupt Dominic Chappell, little more than a year before the high street chain collapsed last month.
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BRITISH supermarkets Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury's have been quick to reassure Irish shoppers that they will not be removing their Irish products from their World Foods aisles.