UK Labour Party vows to replace non-dom tax rules as furore continues

Mark Battersby
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The UK Government's main opposition party has pledged to replace the ‘non-dom' taxpayer status in the wake of the furore over the financial affairs of UK chancellor Rishi Sunak's wife. Labour Party's shadow chancellor, Rachel Reeves (pictured), said: "As the Tories raise taxes on working people, it simply isn't right that those at the top can benefit from outdated non-dom tax perks. "With Labour, people who make the UK their home will contribute to this country by paying tax on their global income." Labour has vowed to scrap non-dom status because it failed a value for money test, ...

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