How should we tax foreigners?
The world, he remarked, 'consists of two clearly divided groups: the English and foreigners. One group consists of 50 million people; the other of 3,950 million. The latter group does not really count.'
Clearly, he never considered himself fully English, given the humorous detachment with which he could comment on his host country's peculiarities. Go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine to read Arabella Murphy’s observations and to participate in our pre-budget survey.
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