'Income tax cuts down to us', say Lib-Dems
Cornish Liberal Democrat MPs are keen to remind voters that cutting income tax for workers on low and average incomes was on the front page of the Liberal Democrats manifesto in 2010 and has been one of the party’s top priorities during Coalition Government negotiations.
The Government has increased the amount that people can earn each year without paying income tax to £9,400 – up from £6,475 in 2010/11 – and in April the Lib Dem manifesto commitment of raising the income tax threshold to £10,000 will come into force.
With Conservative Leader David Cameron now claiming that cutting income tax is part of his party’s economic plans, local Lib Dems have reminded the Prime Minister that he said during the 2010 General Election campaign that cutting income tax couldn’t be done.
St Austell & Newquay’s MP Stephen Gilbert said: “Taking two million people out of paying income tax and lowering it for 25 million of the lowest earners in society is one of the greatest achievements of the Liberal Democrats in government.”
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