The Chancellor George Osborne today joined global leaders in pledging to crack down on tax avoidance among the world's multi-million pound corporations. Back home Ed Miliband also had big earners in his sights as he tried to draw Nick Clegg into a row with his coalition allies over mansion taxes.
ITV News' political correspondent Carl Dinnen reports:
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