TaxPersonal TaxCameron under non dom pressure

Cameron under non dom pressure

Conservative leader being urged to distance Tories' non dom stance from that of Labour as he remains tight-lipped on the controversial issue

David Cameron is facing calls to revise the Conservative’s policy regarding
non-doms.

Cameron has come under increasing pressure to distance the party from
Labour’s policy, which would then pave the way for the Tories to attack Alistair
Darling’s plans in the same manner that they criticised capital gains tax
changes.

The Conservative Party has been put in a difficult situation, because it had
announced plans to hit non-doms with a £25,000 toll only weeks before Labour
rolled out its £30,000 levy proposal.

It is thought that the similarities between the two policies would be pounced
upon if Cameron came out to criticise Labour’s proposals.

Further reading:

Non-dom
changes will cost UK £2bn

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