Domicile… now the TUC joins the debate
It was reported yesterday The Observer , and in both The Guardian and The Independent today that The TUC has joined the campaign to abolish the current tax rules for those resident but not domiciled in the UK.
The Sunday Times on the other hand ran a report about a poll that suggested that “two people in every five are either planning to move abroad or have seriously considered doing so”.
Maybe the new Chancellor will touch on this in his first Pre-Budget report next month.
Date: 10th September, 2007
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