Hedgie reveals £34m tax bill and urges others to 'pay their share'

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David Harding, founder of hedge fund Winton Capital Management, has disclosed an annual tax bill of £34m and urged other higher rate taxpayers to pay their fair share.

Speaking to the Sunday Times, Harding publicly revealed he was taxed £34m from the £87m he generated in income last year. Harding, who owns 56% of Winton Capital Management, said if higher rate taxpayers...

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