QUIZ: Can you tell which tax return belongs to which politician?
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Prime Minister David Cameron released his tax return on Sunday.
Following the fallout from the Panama Papers leak
, politicians in the UK have released their tax returns this week in order to prove they have nothing to hide.
We've screenshotted the tax returns of a handful of the most senior politicians in the country.
Can you identify which tax return belongs to which politician?
Which politician makes around £250,000 a year working for the Telegraph?
Boris Johnson. The Mayor of London famously called the money he receives for his Telegraph column "chicken feed."
Which politician filled out their tax return in barely-legible handwriting?
Jeremy Corbyn. He promised to release his tax return on Monday morning, but it took him until the afternoon to find it.
Which politician only took a £104,000 salary for their job, despite being entitled to £144,687?
Nicola Sturgeon. The Scottish First Minister could take a bigger salary than the prime minister, but has volutarily frozen her wages at 2008 levels.
Which politician claimed £3,089 in royalties for a book in 2010?
David Cameron. The royalties came from the book "Cameron on Cameron."
Which politician earned £44,647 dividend income last year?
George Osborne. The Chancellor of the Exchequer's dividend income comes from one place: shares in Osborne Little Group Ltd, the wallpaper and fabric company founded by his father.
And finally, which politician censored their date of birth on the copy of their tax return that was released to the public?
Ruth Davidson. The leader of the Scottish Conservative PArty doesn't look a day over 30.