HC Deb 31 July 1958 vol 592 c167W
Mr. Hale

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the number of British subjects declaring an income exceeding £2,000 from office or investment in the United Kingdom who are exempted from British taxation by residence abroad.

Mr. Simon

In general, income from United Kingdom sources is liable to United Kingdom tax notwithstanding that the recipient is not resident here. There are exceptions for certain classes of income, but I regret that information as to the number of non-residents benefiting from these exceptions is not available.

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