Should we make "Non-Domiciled" residents pay taxes on their world-wide income?
Yes, it's only fair that people that live here pay taxes here.
No, taxing millionaires on money made elsewhere will drive them away, costing us more in the long-term
And, as usual, I'd appreciate some useful viewpoints. Given a billionaire living in Russia who moves to London because London isn't going to make them pay tax on their Russian profits (unless they move those profits into the UK), what are the negative effects on the UK from that?