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David Cameron on Lord Ashcroft status

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Conservative leader David Cameron has said he is glad the issue over the deputy party chairman Lord Ashcroft's "non-domiciled" status has been "cleared up".

The Tory donor and deputy party chairman has admitted he is "non-domiciled" in the UK for tax.

His admission comes after years of questions from opposition parties about his tax status.

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