Rishi Sunak is facing questions about his wife’s financial affairs after it emerged that she is a “non-dom”, enabling her to earn money from abroad free of UK tax.
Akshata Murty holds non-domiciled tax status, designed for those whose permanent home is not in the UK. She lives in Downing Street with the chancellor. Murty, 42, the daughter of an Indian billionaire, said the status was owing to her Indian citizenship because the country does not allow its citizens to hold dual nationality. However, experts said there were ways for her to keep the citizenship but end her non-dom status.
Labour demanded to know whether the arrangement meant that the chancellor’s family had saved on their tax bill while he was increasing taxes. The disclosure