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LibDems plan to axe higher-rate relief

Liberal Democrats backed plans to scrap higher-rate pension tax relief and raise the inheritance tax threshold at their Brighton conference this week. LibDems also want a 4p cut in the basic rate of income tax and a reform of housing stamp duty.

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