Zac Goldsmith and Richmond Park
Having a peer in the Tory Party whose tax arrangements are unclear (step forward Lord Ashcroft) is not that surprising. However, having a parliamentary candidate who is a "non domicile" is surprising.
The FT's Westminster blog
points out on Richmond Park Conservatives Website
That they say:6. Tax the Super Rich and “non-domiciles”.
The over-seas population, living in this country, would make a financial contribution to it. Tax loopholes for the super rich would be closed by reducing the complexity of the tax system. This will pay for the previous two measures.
This is not just good news for Susan Kramer MP, but also a real challenge for David Cameron. Are his MPs really committed to the country?