Ed Miliband says the Chancellor’s wife’s ‘non-domicile status is legal, but is it right?’

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Shadow Climate Secretary Ed Miliband says there are quite serious questions that need to be asked about the Chancellor’s wife non-domicile status.

Rishi Sunak’s wife Akshata Murty says she pays all UK taxes and she pays foreign taxes on her foreign income.

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