Brexit & EconomyPoliticsBudget 08: No Non-dom concessions

Budget 08: No Non-dom concessions

Darling unmoved by calls to reform £30,000 non-dom levy

The chancellor refuses to bow to calls for delays or concessions to new
non-dom levy.

The £30,000 charge for non-doms who stay in the UK for longer than seven
years remains in place and comes into effect in April this year, as planned.

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