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What’s in the Queen’s speech and what legislation does the government have planned for the coming year?
The new government laid out its plans for the next year in the Queen’s speech – what are its priorities?

The government confirmed its plans to give parents 30 hours a week of free childcare and that there would be no increase in income tax rates, National Insurance or VAT over the next five years. It also promised to keep benefits for older people and to preserve the increase in the basic state pension.

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27-05-2015
27-05-2015
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Scottish National Party manifesto – what are the key points on finance?
The SNP promises to try and review the rise in state pension age above 66 in Scotland and raise the mimimum wage.

The Scottish National Party has produced its manifesto. I’ve read it and picked out the key points that I think you’ll want to know about – everything from the economy through to tax, state pensions and housing. Here’s my bullet point guide:

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01-05-2015
01-05-2015
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What are the major parties' manifesto promises on tax?
Tax is a big issue in the general election. What do the parties have to say?

If you’re still trying to decide how to vote in the election on May 7th, or you want to see what your party is saying on tax, read my bullet point guide to what they’ve said in their manifestos – and any further announcements they’ve made since the manifestos were published.

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30-04-2015
30-04-2015
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