So you write about non-doms for years and nobody, apparently, listens. And then suddenly, after a week in politics that has witnessed the most sensational turnaround in public opinion that I can remember, you find yourself at the centre of political debate.
Since the big issue appears to be how many non-doms might pay the Tories’ new levy of £25,000, let me suggest this.
Does Darwin's theory apply to taxation? Colin ponders...
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