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Rachel Reeves announces non-dom tax plan

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Rachel Reeves announces non-dom tax plan

Rachel Reeves announces non-dom tax plan

Labour's Rachel Reeves has announced plans to crack down on tax avoidance.

The shadow chancellor said Labour will ensure "that people who make Britain their home pay their fair share of tax here in Britain." The shadow chancellor said Labour aims to raise £2.6bn over the next parliament by closing “loopholes” in the government’s plans to abolish exemptions for “non-doms".

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