Google's U.K. and Ireland chief Matt Brittin has been grilled twice by U.K. lawmakers. He denies misleading parliament over the company's tax affairs.
The U.K. should launch a full investigation into Google to ensure it is complying with tax law, a committee of lawmakers said Thursday.
The country's Public Accounts Committee released a report focusing on Google's corporate taxes. It said whistleblowers had revealed inconsistencies in the technology company's corporate structure, which raised serious questions about whether it is acting lawfully on how it pays taxes in the country.