The sweeping breadth of reform being championed by Conservative MPs is now so commonplace that it is hardly remarked upon in the newspapers.
Posts Tagged: Tax Cuts
Cameron and Osborne must target squeezed voters whose household budgeting is constantly challenged by the cost of filling up a car or paying a gas bill.
If they don’t, what’s presumably their target audience is unlikely to listen to them.
The Conservatives are on the side of people who work hard and do the right thing. Labour haven’t changed and would put Britain’s recovery at risk.
Including one each for Homes, Jobs and Savings
The squeeze on living standards threatens to hollow out middle class support for the Conservatives. No wonder Labour’s poll lead is so stubborn.
There’s a case for tax incentives for firms to encourage them to pay the Living Wage. But that’s no substitute for focusing tax reductions on the worse-off.
The thinking aloud of the Policy Board members about tax thresholds highlights a choice that the Party may have to make before 2015.
David Davis was among the MPs who strolled over to exchange friendly words with Mitchell. He is seen at Westminster as a vindicated man.
Osborne answers one of our advance-questions about the Autumn Statement: it won’t be stuffed with tax sweeteners
This is largely unsurprising. The Chancellor won’t want voters to think that we’ve already reached the Land of Plenty.
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