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Duncan Bannatyne hits out at non-doms

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Duncan Bannatyne has added fuel to the non-dom debate after accusing fellow Dragon's Den judge James Caan of having an "unfair" advantage in business.

Mr Caan is a non-dom, and as such pays taxes on UK earnings but not on any made abroad.

But Mr Bannatyne, who is worth £320m, told BBC Radio Five Live that Britain's "unfair tax system" could be exploited.

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