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David Cameron to offer tax cuts ahead of 2015 election

Prime Minister David Cameron will today give a speech outlining Government plans to cut taxes and “every bit of Government waste we can”, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Cameron is expected to say that spending cuts will allow the Government to return money to voters.

He will say: “Every bit of Government waste we can cut, every efficiency we can achieve is money we can give back to you.

“Having more money in our pockets is what gives everyone that sense of financial security and peace of mind. It’s what enables us to provide for our families and feel more confident about the future.”

The Prime Minister will say the Coalition Government has “given the impression that we’re just about fixing problems rather than changing things for a purpose.”

He will add: “Do we really want to be the ones who responded to a crisis by putting off until tomorrow what we had to do today?”


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  1. A good start would be to get rid of the FCA. Would save the country a fortune.

  2. empty words – as usual…..

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