British Prime Minister David Cameron, right, arrives for the afternoon plenary session of the Nuclear Security Summit, Friday, April 1, 2016 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
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The British government sought on Monday to deflect any criticism of Prime Minister David Cameron over his late father's inclusion on a list of clients using a law firm in the tax haven of Panama and said it would investigate the leaked data.Britain's HM Revenue and Customs said it had asked for a copy of the leaked data so it could examine the information.Opposition Labour finance spokesman John McDonnell said the Panama Papers showed Cameron had failed to end tax secrecy and crack down on offshore schemes and called for "real action".Since Britain made the issue a central plank of its G8 presidency in 2013, 90 countries have signed up to the automatic exchange of tax information, Cameron's spokeswoman said.
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