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Someone with non-domiciled status, sometimes called a 'non-dom', is a person living in the United Kingdom yet registered as a foreign national, who doesn't pay income tax or capital gains tax on earnings abroad. It is a form of tax avoidance. Prominent examples include:
- Sir Gulam Noon - Gave up non-domiciled status in order to become assistant Treasurer to the Labour party.
- Zac Goldsmith - Pressured by David Cameron into giving up the non-domiciled status he inherited from his father.
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- ^ Lord Laidlaw reference
- ^ Christopher Ondaatje reference
- ^ Lakshmi Mittal reference
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- ^ Gulam Noon reference
- ^ Zac Goldsmith reference