Shadow chancellor John McDonnell questions deal and says he will ask George Osborne for details of the agreement in the Commons on Monday

Senior MPs have condemned Google’s deal to pay £130m in back taxes in the UK as derisory, with Labour calling for for a National Audit Office investigation into the “trivial” settlement.

The search giant said on Friday it had struck an agreement with HM Revenue and Customs to pay tax that it owed since 2005. Significantly, the company will also now start paying tax on revenue from UK-based advertisers.

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