Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) welcoming Chinese President Xi Jinping to his official residence at Chequers, Britain, October 22, 2015. (REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool)
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The leader of Britain's main opposition party will call on government on Tuesday to do more to tackle tax havens, saying it was time British Prime Minister David Cameron stopped "pussyfooting around on tax dodging".After leaked documents from a Panamanian law company how the world's rich and powerful used secretive offshore company structures to stash their wealth, Cameron has come under pressure to clamp down on tax evasion in British-linked territories.Three years later, some opposition lawmakers say the release of the Panama Papers show that the battle is far from won and are demanding that the British leader stamp British control over its overseas territories, most of which are self-governing.
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