By Alex Glenn • 10 April 2022 • 11:27
Chancellor announces cost of living payments for lower income households, pensioners and the disabled
Credit: Flickr Pippa Fowles / No 10 Downing Street CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
As reported by The BBC on April 10, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has demanded an inquiry to discover who leaked Murty’s non-dom tax status. After a lot of controversy Murty has decided to pay taxes in the UK on income received from overseas.
Murty’s spokesperson previously explained that: “Murty is treated as non-domiciled for UK tax purposes” according to British law. Murty holds a multi-million-pound stake in her father’s firm Infosyss, which reportedly netted her more than £11 million in dividend income last year.
MPs had hit out at the situation and said that it was unfair that the Sunak family benefit when the Chancellor has increased taxes for millions of people.
Labour MP Louise Haigh commented: “I think the question many people will be asking is whether it was ethical and whether it was right that the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whilst piling on 15 separate tax rises to the British public, was benefiting from a tax scheme that allowed his household to pay significantly less to the tune of potentially tens of millions of pounds.”
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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