Friday Links: Non-Dom

Happy Friday!

Studying health inequalities has been my life’s work. What’s about to happen in the UK is unprecedented

Akshata Murty’s non-dom status is totally legal – and perfectly toxic for Rishi Sunak. What I’m really puzzled by is how she kept her non-dom status during lockdown, my understanding is that you can only spend a certain amount of time in the country. So what happened during lockdown? How did she only spend 183 days in the country? As for Sunak to say it’s a political attack (from his home in California!), I’m sure he was disgusted when his party was attacking Cherie Blair and I’m sure he views the recent dragging up of Stephen Kinnock’s tax affairs in Denmark 12 years ago as completely wrong.

Johnson’s energy security strategy won’t bring down our eye-watering heating bills. An energy strategy that doesn’t focus on reducing energy use isn’t an energy strategy worth having.

With all eyes on Ukraine, the UK is quietly set to disenfranchise 2 million citizens. Our Prime Minister would like to be a dictator, his party is currently populated by swivel eyed lunatics who don’t like being questioned and think that people that disagree with them shouldn’t be allowed to vote. And it will get worse.

Pouring money down the drain. This is worth a read.

Rishi Sunak focusing on ‘families’ in the Spring Statement made single people feel isolated and alone. I have been banging on about this for years.

Why is Being Single and Child-Free So Threatening to Society?

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