The madness of King George III’s non-dom tax system This egregious situation lets the wealthiest enjoy privileges without paying their fair dues Much has changed in the world since William Pitt the Younger was prime minister and the United Kingdom was at war with Napoleon. But among the tax rules laid down by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs there remains a fiscal echo of those vanished days.
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