In the headlines
There’s a “non-dom in Downing Street”, says The Times, after it emerged that Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s multimillionaire wife has “non-domicile” status. The arrangement means Akshata Murthy’s permanent home is officially outside Britain, potentially saving her millions of pounds in UK tax on foreign earnings. The government is planning to build eight nuclear reactors by 2030 as part of a new “energy security strategy”. Targets for onshore wind turbines have been dumped following opposition from Tory backbenchers. America has sanctioned two of Vladimir Putin’s daughters, says The Guardian: scientist Maria Vorontsova, 36, and Katerina Tikhonova, a 35-year-old with a passion for “acrobatic rock’n’roll dancing, an athletic form of boogie-woogie”.