UK Prime Minister @RishiSunak announced he will disclose his tax return by Christmas after he obtains formal instructions from the cabinet office, this came after a row over his wife Akshata Murty’s non-dom standing, which showed that she was not paying UK tax.
Akshata Murty agreed in April to pay tax on all worldwide income in the future but not backdated because she already paid £30,000 a year for non-dom status, meaning she does not pay UK tax on her overseas income. Rishi Sunak stated during his unsuccessful leadership campaign against Liz Truss that if elected, he would disclose his tax returns.
Rishi Sunak stated during the G20 conference in Bali that he would keep his promise to publish his tax return. However, there is no precedent for British prime leaders to reveal their tax returns, unlike in the United States, where presidents are expected to do so.