The full exchange: Starmer and Sunak clash over economy and non-dom tax status

Rishi Sunak has refused to end Britain’s controversial non-domicile tax status – claiming it would cost too much money to change the rules.Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer challenged the prime minister on the issue at PMQs – saying it could raise tens of millions of pounds to boost public services.“Scrapping the non-dome status would allow us to train 15,000 doctors every year – that’s what Labour would do,” said Sir Keir – calling for an end to tax breaks for the super-rich”.Mr Sunak responded: “The problem with his idea is that it would end up costing Britain money.”Reuters