Dragons Dens tiff over non-dom status

Duncan Bannatyne has accused Dragons’ Den co-star James Caan of having an “unfair” advantage over him in business due to his non-domicile tax status.

Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Bannatyne said: “As I pay UK tax on all of the earnings that fund my lifestyle, and Corporation Tax on all of the profits made by my businesses, I am clearly at an unfair disadvantage. It’s just as well James and I get on.”

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