RISHI Sunak’s family have moved out of Downing Street after an embarrassing string of revelations about the Chancellor and his wife, according to reports.

Pictures published by the Sunday Mirror show removal vans leaving the guarded Westminster street on Saturday after a punishing week for the Chancellor in which it was revealed his wife Akshara Murty claimed non-domicile status to avoid paying UK taxes.

Though her arrangements were completely legal and she has said she will now pay tax on her non-UK income, the scandal has led to calls for Sunak’s resignation.

He will remain in 11 Downing Street during the week for work and will join his family in their plush West London, close to where his daughter goes to school, the Sunday Times reports.

He was named as the beneficiary of tax haven trusts in the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands set up in order to manage the tax affairs of Murty, according to a report in The Independent.

It has also emerged this week Sunak was the holder of a US Green Card until last year – while he was serving as the second most powerful minister in the Cabinet.

Sunak’s family want their eldest daughter to be nearer to her school as she enters her final year of primary education before she goes off to boarding school, the Sunday Mirror reports.

Murty has potentially saved £2.1m a year in UK tax through her non-dom status, according to analysis by the BBC.