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Capital Transfer Tax

Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with Patrick Diamond’s ideas on Capital Transfer Tax, the PMS said that Mr. Diamond no longer advised for the Government. He was a private individual who was entitled to express his views, but was not an adviser.

Asked if there were any plans to renew Inheritance Tax, the PMS said the Treasury had made their views clear on the issue.

Asked if the PMS was aware of any plans for Mr. Diamond to return to Downing Street, the PMS said she was not aware of any.

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