No hope of tax cut for the middle classes: Cameron refuses to ease 40p burden but wants to extend help for married couples



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David Cameron has brushed off calls from the Tory Right to ease the tax burden on millions who have been sucked into the higher rate of tax.
The Prime Minister suggested his focus was instead on further increases to the starting threshold for tax and to "extend further' tax breaks for marriage.
Mr Cameron said a move to offer a £1,000 transferable tax allowance to married couples with one basic-rate taxpayer, to be detailed in tomorrow's Autumn Statement, was "the start of something I would like to see extended further'.
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4 December 2013 in Business, Views: 26
Source: Daily Mail
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