According to elite state agents Knight Frank the rich are getting richer, and are in London:
London has been home to more of the ultra-rich than any other city for the past three years (4,364 in 2014), with New York in second place.
London should still be in the top spot 10 years from now, Knight Frank said, but Singapore will be snapping at its heels, with 54% growth in its wealth brigade over that period, against a 21% rise in the UK capital.
Let's not mention the domicile rule for a moment, and let's instead look at what the rich are, apparently worried about, which is:
Number two on their list, after maintaining the dynasty, is wealth taxation.
And rightly so.