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Regarding the green card, there are a number of issues. Tax is not one of them. He likely paid more tax as a result.

So someone who, voluntarily, pays more tax – this is not an issue?


4 thoughts on “Oh Aye?”

  1. Presumably the thinking was that, in a life after politics he might wish to work in the US, and keeping his green card would simplify that. File under “nothing to see here”.

  2. Surreptitious Evil

    Och, previous attempt at this disappear in puff of electrons.

    Just remember it is now official dictat that “virtue” can only be claimed by the hard to Trotskyite left. And, increasingly, only if they are non-white and some variant of alaphabet soup.

    Anybody to the right of that, or white, straight, or non-trans? All we have is a mixed bag of our ancestors’ sins and, possibly, some of our own, which we should be cringingly apologetic regarding at all times of the day or night.

  3. I would have thought it would be his wife’s taxes that would be moot. Shareholding in a very large and profitable company. Sunak has always been an employee. OK banking analyst probably paid quite well, but that was some time ago.

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