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The problem with Rachel Reeves’ non-dom tax plan

9 April 2024

10:58 PM

9 April 2024

10:58 PM

By abolishing non-dom status, Jeremy Hunt was supposed to have clipped the wings of the shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves. Given that she had already earmarked the extra revenue – or what she hoped would be extra revenue – for free school breakfasts and a few other things, Hunt had suddenly punched a hole in her spending plans.

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