Tax forms: UK lessons from Sweden's full disclosure


A row between London mayoral candidates Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone raised the issue of politicians offering full disclosure on their tax returns - and David Cameron said he was happy to follow suit.

Giles Dilnot reports from Sweden where they have been providing all tax details since 1766.

He spoke to Swedish MP Per Bill, reporter Kristoffer Orstadius, business correspondent Dan Lucas and political science professor Olof Petersson.


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