Monday, 7 February 2011

The £30,000 non-dom poll tax is a joke

Liberal Democrat Treasury Spokesperson Lord Oakeshott said:
“Non-dom status is the biggest tax loophole in Britain,” .
“We must redouble our efforts to make non-doms pay a fair share.”
“The £30,000 non-dom poll tax is a joke - it’s only the tip they give the waitress after drinks in the directors’ box at Chelsea or Manchester City.”

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