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Find out who joins the Sunaks on the Sunday Times Rich List 2022

Find out who joins the Sunaks on the Sunday Times Rich List 2022

The UK now has a document variety of billionaires with 177, in keeping with the brand new Sunday Times Rich List.

That’s up six from 2021 – and the mixed wealth of the UK’s billionaires stands at £653bn, up greater than £55bn (9.4%) on the whole wealth of the billionaires in final 12 months’s Rich List.

The London-based Hinduja brothers, Sri and Gopi, and household are the richest individuals within the UK with a £28bn fortune, which is up greater than £11bn on final 12 months.

It is the largest fortune recorded within the 34 years of publication of the Rich List.

Overall, the richest 250 individuals within the UK this 12 months are value £710.723bn, in comparison with £658.089 billion in 2021, an 8% rise on final 12 months.

It comes as typical UK households come below elevated monetary strain from inflation, which struck a 40-year-high of 9% in April.

Meanwhile, Rishi Sunak and Akshata Murty made the listing for the primary time, as their joint £730m fortune put them at quantity 222.

It comes after the chancellor and his spouse’s funds have come below intense scrutiny in latest months.

Last month, it was revealed that Ms Murty had non-dom standing, which generally applies to somebody who was born abroad and spends a lot of their time within the UK however nonetheless considers one other nation to be their everlasting residence or “domicile”.

It has been estimated Ms Murty’s non-dom standing might have saved her £20m in taxes on dividends from her shares in Infosys, an Indian IT firm based by her father.

She later agreed to pay UK tax on her worldwide earnings.

Read extra: Who is Rishi Sunak’s spouse Akshata Murty – and why are her household so rich?

Chancellor Rishi Sunak and his spouse Akshata Murthy

These are the 20 richest individuals within the UK:

Sri and Gopi Hinduja and household – £28.47bn

Sir James Dyson and household – £23bn

David and Simon Reuben and household – £22.26bn

Sir Leonard Blavatnik – £20bn

Guillaume Pousaz – £19.26bn

Lakshmi Mittal and household – £17bn

Christoph Henkel and household – £15bn

Guy, George, Alannah and Galen Weston and household – £13.5bn

Kirsten and Jorn Rausing – £12bn

Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken and Michel de Carvalho – £11.42bn

Michael Platt – £10bn

Alisher Usmanov – £10bn

The Duke of Westminster and the Grosvenor household – £9.73bn

Barnaby and Merlin Swire and household – £9.6bn

Marit, Lisbet, Sigrid and Hans Rausing – £9.49bn

Anil Agarwal – £9.2bn

Denise, John, and Peter Coates – £8.64bn

John Fredriksen and household – £8.31bn

Mikhail Fridman – £8.22bn

Moshe Kantor – £8bn

Roman Abramovich
Roman Abramovich dropped from eighth to twenty eighth in rankings

One notable absentee from the highest of the listing is Roman Abramovich.

The former Chelsea proprietor slid from eighth to twenty eighth in rankings after his funds plummeted from £12.2bn final 12 months to £6bn this 12 months following sanctions, the enforced sale of Chelsea and the sharp fall in his Evraz shares.



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