(FILES) In a file picture taken on October 16, 2008 a poster with an image of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II incorporated into the Google's logo is pictured at the company UK headquarters, in London. AFP PHOTO / POOL / ADRIAN DENNIS
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A U.K. parliamentary committee will invite Google to testify about a back tax deal under which it will pay 130 million pounds ($185.61 mln) to settle claims covering a 10-year period -- an amount the opposition Labour party has described as derisory.Over the period, its around 24 billion pounds in U.K. revenues would have generated a tax bill of almost 2 billion, if the U.K. unit reported taxable profits in line with group margins of around 30 percent, according to Reuters calculations based on Google filings.
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