Post Brexit, could the UK's non doms make a break for Switzerland?

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Every year, non domiciled taxpayers (popularly known as non doms) make a significant contribution to the UK economy. But with Brexit causing increased economic uncertainty and already having an impact on the UK economy, government is likely to lean on these non-doms even more heavily as it looks to increase revenue. As a result, some who would've ordinarily invested in the UK without hesitation may be tempted to look elsewhere. There is a case to be made that Switzerland, with its robust financial institutions, high levels of political stability, and first class infrastructure is amon...

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