Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron holds a Q&A session on the forthcoming European Union referendum with staff of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Birmingham, Britain, April 5, 2016. REUTERS/Christopher Furlong/Pool
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British Prime Minister David Cameron, under pressure after his late father was named in the "Panama Papers" revelations over tax havens, said on Tuesday he did not own any shares or have any offshore funds.Cameron has been urged to clamp down on tax evasion and avoidance in British-linked territories after leaked documents from a Panamanian law firm alleged the world's rich and powerful used secretive offshore company structures to stash their wealth.The documents named his late father, Ian, and members of Cameron's Conservative Party among the list of clients who used the law firm, Mossack Fonseca.Three years later, some opposition lawmakers say the release of the "Panama Papers" show the battle is far from won and are demanding that Cameron stamp British control over its overseas territories, most of which are self-governing.
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