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 Leader of the Labour party Ed Miliband addresses business leaders and members of the media at Bloomberg LP's European headquarters on March 30, 2015 in London, England. Mr Miliband spoke to members of the business community today warning of the dangers of an EU referendum, a conservative party pledge. British Prime Minister David Cameron will visit Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace today as Parliament dissolves and the parties begin their campaigns ahead of the May 7 general election.
 Leader of the Labour party Ed Miliband addresses business leaders and members of the media at Bloomberg LP's European headquarters on March 30, 2015 in London, England. Mr Miliband spoke to members of the business community today warning of the dangers of an EU referendum, a conservative party pledge. British Prime Minister David Cameron will visit Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace today as Parliament dissolves and the parties begin their campaigns ahead of the May 7 general election.

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Non-domicile status: 'Indefensible' or a necessity?

Labour leader Ed Miliband has announced plans to scrap Britain's non-domicile status if he wins the May 7 election. Max Foster explains what the rule is, who benefits from it and how it compares to other countries.