Mansion tax plan: Footballer Sol Campbell and Labour MP
Former England footballer Sol Campbell clashed with Labour MP Owen Smith over the party's proposed mansion tax.
The shadow Welsh secretary said the public would have "zero sympathy" for him being asked to pay a further £3,000 a year while he owned a £25m property.
Mr Campbell said there was "enough tax in the system" to be chased from large firms, and he was not earning the money he did while he was a professional footballer.
They debated tax raising powers, along with Tory party chairman Grant Shapps, after watching Mr Campbell's personal Daily Politics film.
26 Nov 2014
- From the section UK Politics