Coffee sound bite helps Cameron 'speak over the heads of business'
By Daniel Farey-Jones Friday, 25 January 2013 10:43AM
David Cameron's line about tax-avoiding companies needing to 'wake up and smell the coffee' was 'a master sound bite' that the business lobby will struggle to trump, according to Interel UK's Lee Whitehill.
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