The UK taxman will chase thousands of super-rich Britons living abroad as tax exiles after the Court of Appeal has ruled that Robert Gaines-Cooper, who lived in the Seychelles since 1976, should not be excused from a £30 million.
As per ruling, Robert Gaines-Cooper had not cut his ties with the UK, though he had abided by the rules to spend fewer than 91 days in the country.
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