A timely new study reveals that more and more Britons have benefited from the tax loophole used by Rishi Sunak’s wife

People often accuse academics of being disconnected from events in the outside world, but last week shows that’s not always the case.

A Warwick and LSE team has released great new research on non-doms – UK residents who aren’t required to pay UK tax on their overseas incomes or wealth because this isn’t their permanent home. Their timing was impeccable (although I’m assured entirely coincidental), as the rights and wrongs of the chancellor’s wife, Akshata Murty, being a non-dom dominated the news.

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