Labour calls for inquiry over Nadhim Zahawi tax affairs

Opposition says Tory chair must explain why he paid millions of pounds in backdated tax to HMRC

Labour has called for an inquiry into whether Nadhim Zahawi broke the ministerial code or misled the public over his tax affairs during his time as chancellor.

Anneliese Dodds, the chair of the Labour party, wrote to Rishi Sunak on Wednesday saying there should be an inquiry if Zahawi, the Conservative party chair, does not fully explain why he paid millions of pounds in backdated tax to HMRC.

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@anna33campos

RT @doctor_oxford: If HMRC decided I'd paid £100 too little tax, I could be prosecuted. How can a former Chancellor get away with £3.4 mil…

Posted on: 2023-01-31 21:00

@doubledex64

@NZJamesS @K_Niemietz @iealondon Ahem. . . https://t.co/YbxrjD32O4

Posted on: 2023-01-29 18:05

@GNaomiMartin

RT @doctor_oxford: If HMRC decided I'd paid £100 too little tax, I could be prosecuted. How can a former Chancellor get away with £3.4 mil…

Posted on: 2023-01-29 09:36

@PenPendragon

RT @doctor_oxford: If HMRC decided I'd paid £100 too little tax, I could be prosecuted. How can a former Chancellor get away with £3.4 mil…

Posted on: 2023-01-29 09:26