for brief guides to this see the BBC website
Guardian key points
Chancellor George Osborne called it a victory in a twitter posting
Labour 's John McDonnell has published his return in the Sunday Mirror see his website for the full forms
Reaction from other organisations think tanks
The Independent sees the row as a gift to Labour
Spectator Blogs also say it is convenient for them in another posting it emphasises the services google gives to Britain
Left Foot Forward Labour party supporters say the deal is unacceptable
Huffington Post coverage
Academic discussion via the Conversation blog
Discussion from the Institute of Fiscal Studies discusses corporation tax.
Reaction from international bodies.
OECD tax policy and agreements.
Its website has information on its projects to tackle aggressive tax planning.
The Wall street journal reported antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager determination to pursue Alhabet and Google
European Union press release on the anti-tax avoidance package.
The UK Tax Justice Network has called for a full EU investigation
UK government tax avoidance policy more recent documents are added to the UK government portal section on tax evasion and avoidance.
The charity Full Fact has been analysing the claims. that google only pays 3% tax. Find out if this is true from their website.
Public Accounts Select Committee investigations
this link provides access to questioning and previous reports including a report on Google and Tax avoidance in 2013
Other investigations of tax avoidance have included a report on the role of large accountancy firms.
The Treasury select committee has just launched an Inquiry into UK Tax policy