Married Couple’s Allowance Back on the Cards

David Cameron has confirmed that he will put on the table a proposal for a new married couple’s tax allowance before the next general election.

The previous married couple’s allowance was abolished by Labour’s Gordon Brown in 1999 but David Cameron wishes some kind of new allowance to be introduced to help in particular those couples where one party works and the other does not – the allowance would be transferable. It was set out in the Conservative Party manifesto and David Cameron wants to stick to this promise, even though the Liberal Democrats are against it.

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