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Taxation: Domicil

Volume 470: debated on Thursday 24 January 2008

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many days in each year people of non-domiciled tax status may spend in the UK without altering their status; and what arrangements his Department has to monitor the time such individuals spend in the UK. (180845)

Domicile status is a general law concept which is distinct from nationality or residence. It is unaffected by the number of days an individual spends in the UK in a year.