When asked if he thought Apple should pay 50 per cent tax, he said: "I think every company in the world should."
Labour's critics have attacked the party's controversial decision, but did they have a point? We looked at some of the key issues regarding the fast-food chain
Hillary Clinton was paid $675,000 for just three speeches by banking giant Goldman Sachs
The department's failure to prosecute those evading tax 'creates the impression that the rich can get away with tax fraud', report says
'I think that this will raise questions around politicians publishing futher information about themselves'
Mr Cameron received two payments of £100,000 from his mother in 2011 to balance out legacy left between PM and his siblings
PM insists the Government has the expertise to ensure that those who used Mossack Fonseca law firm to illegitimately avoid tax in the UK can be brought to book
Prime Minister admits he could have done better in handling the controversy over his father's offshore fund
It is now a legal requirement for dog owners to have their pets microchipped
Cameron facing renewed pressure over the Panama Papers leak as Jeremy Corbyn is due to demand that the Government stop 'pussyfooting around on tax dodging'
Critics say the government still soft-pedals reform of an international system in which wealth can be relatively easily shielded from tax
The poorest half of the UK are losing 8 per cent of their income so the deficit can be cut - while the richest half lose next to nothing
Currently, it is believed that less than 1 per cent of the 2.5 billion plastic coffee cups used per year are recycled
SNP leader says decision to raise threshold at which workers start paying 40p income tax rate to £45,000 was 'wrong'
While wealthy married pensioners had the most to celebrate, the Budget offered little for society’s lowest earners
Changes will cut tax bill for someone on a salary of £55,000 by more than £500 a year from 2017