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Starbucks, Amazon and Google slammed on U.K. tax

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Three of the world's biggest companies defended themselves against claims they avoid paying billions in tax to the U.K.  Executives from Starbucks, Google and Amazon answered pointed questions from U.K. lawmakers.  ITV’s Laura Kuennsberg reports.