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UK ‘Non-Dom’ Population Drops to Record Low During Pandemic

The number of people claiming non-domiciled tax status in the UK fell to a record low in the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The UK had 68,300 so-called “non-doms” in the financial year ended March 2021, a 10.7% drop from the previous 12 months and the lowest total since official records began more than a decade ago, according to provisional data published Thursday from the nation’s tax authority.