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16/05/2013

Google has insisted its tax arrangements are fair and legal - after being accused of being evil by the chair of the Public Accounts Committee, Margaret Hodge. Its denied actively selling advertising in the UK - saying the deals are closed in Ireland. In 2011 the company paid six million pounds in corporation tax on sales of more than three billion. David Beckham says he wants to be remembered as a 'hardworking footballer' after announcing his retirement from the game. The 38 year old, who is currently playing for French champions Paris Saint Germain, won 115 caps for England and claimed 6 Premier League titles with Manchester United. We speak to Kirsty Howard, the teenager who as a young child, carried the Jubilee Baton to the Queen with Beckham at the Commonwealth Games in 2002. A teenage girl speaks to us about being a carer for her mum. The Children's Society says young carers are more likely not to be in education, employment or training after the age of sixteen.

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