Google boss Eric Schmidt has been asked whether he agrees with Ed Miliband's assertion that his firm's tax arrangements are "wrong", he answers simply "no."
He added that tax is not up to Google, it is up to governments.
Schmidt said "we love the United Kingdom and we follow the tax rules here", and added that if Ed Miliband changed the rules - they would follow them.
The Google boss said the UK was "too important to us" and that they would continue to invest in Britain no matter what.
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