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David Cameron has made clear that cracking down on “tax dodgers” will be a big theme of this year. He kicked it off with a showy speech in the snows of Davos in January. He has one good chance to make progress this summer, when Britain hosts the leaders of the G8, the group of (self-defined) economic powers. The trouble is that his remarks don’t suggest he knows how to do it—or is prepared to take the…

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