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Angelia Jolie: Ed Miliband’s mansion tax ‘could put me off’ buying home in UK


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Angelina Jolie said she would like to transfer to England but said Labour’s proposed mansion tax may put her off.

The actress addressed rumours that she used to be looking at properties round London and had recently viewed £25 million Marylebone penthouse with regards to the Chiltern Firehouse restaurant.

Jolie mentioned she was once accountable with money but mentioned Ed Miliband’s plan to levy a tax on on individuals who personal properties price more than two million kilos might discourage her from shopping for a British home.

The actress advised Channel 4 Information: “I’m reasonably accountable about money” and that the tax “could put me off” moving to the united kingdom.

She stated of the rumours about her and husband Brad Pitt transferring right here: “They roughly do say that incessantly with us wherever we land. They’ve [the media] figured out that I’m slightly fond of England. I Have lived right here sooner than and in the longer term it would be very nice to have a foothold right here for work. Some form of an workplace I Feel would be nice.”

The star of Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Mr and Mrs Smith and Maleficent, was once not too long ago mentioned to have taken an passion in the spectacular 5 bedroom duplex condominium at a brand new luxurious building within the West Finish’s most up to date residential district.

The couple have six kids and their main home couple’s major house is Chateau Miraval within the south of France the place they married in August.

Invoice Oddie criticised Labour after showing to say he’s going to no longer be balloting for the Birthday Celebration on account of its controversial mansion tax.

The flora and fauna tv presenter declared he would not be backing Labour “this time” but would as an alternative be balloting for the golf green Birthday Party at next May’s normal election.

In a cryptic tweet Mr Oddie admitted in a message that he was a part of the “Mansion-proudly owning North London set” which frequently backs Labour.

Griff Rhys Jones and Myleene Klass have both recently publicly attacked Ed Miliband’s plan to levy a tax on individuals who personal houses worth more than two million kilos.

Key Labour donors have additionally raised considerations over the flagship financial policy, revealed previous this yr, whereas sections of the trade neighborhood have expressed unease at Mr Miliband’s manner on the financial system.



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