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17 favourite things people are saying about Rishi Sunak after the chancellor’s worst week
It’s been a most taxing week for Rishi Sunak, which makes a change for the chancellor and his wife Akshata Murty.
The unimaginably wealthy couple have faced no end of questions over their personal finances after it was revealed Murty saves a fortune on her taxes by being classified as a ‘non-dom’.
Then it turns out that Sunak himself held a US green card for two years after becoming chancellor, posing a whole load more questions for the beleaguered MP.
Rishi Sunak was an MP for 6.5 years, a UK government minister for 3.5 years and Chancellor of the Exchequer for 1.5 years – all while holding permanent residency of the United States.
— Ben Kentish (@BenKentish) April 8, 2022
At least now we know why the Sunaks didnt hear any of the Downing Street parties. Shes domiciled in India and hes a permanent resident of the US.
— Tom Peck (@tompeck) April 8, 2022
Appalling how Rishi Sunaks been treated. Shameful were going after hard-working American families like this.
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) April 8, 2022
tomorrow, it will emerge that Rishi Sunak holds the rank of colonel in the French army
— Hugh Brechin (@HughRBrechin) April 8, 2022
Interesting that Rishi Sunak who was so hellbent on taking away other peoples freedom of movement as a big proponent of Brexit seems to have kept his own options open all along! #GreenCard
— Monica Harding (@monicabeharding) April 8, 2022
BREAKING: Rishi Sunak's career.
— Count Binface (@CountBinface) April 8, 2022
Name? Rishi Sunak
Occupation? Chancellor of the Exchequer of Great Britain.
Country of residence? USA.
— Mr Ethical (@nw_nicholas) April 8, 2022
Come now, who amongst us doesnt have a wife legally domiciled for tax in one country, while we act as chancellor in another country, while holding a work permit in a third country, and getting paid from a trust fund in a fourth country.
— . (@twlldun) April 8, 2022
It was taxes that brought down Al Capone.
— Jess Phillips MP (@jessphillips) April 8, 2022
I expect today well learn Rishi Sunaks wife is registered as a tortoise in the Cayman Islands, so has paid no tax since 1993 and receives a government allowance of £500 a day to maintain her shell.
— Mark Steel (@mrmarksteel) April 9, 2022
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