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Tax rises and job losses – that’s what Labour have in store for Britain.

If they win the election, Labour have confirmed that they will raise corporation tax – hitting businesses and costing jobs.

The Centre for Policy Studies, the independent think tank, says that Labour’s corporation tax policy could cost 96,400 jobs (Telegraph, 8 Feb 2015) – putting the security of hardworking families at risk.

The choice is clear:

While Labour would raise taxes and cost jobs, the Conservatives have a plan that’s cut taxes for over 26 million people, created 1.9 million jobs and will help create 2 million more.

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Tax rises and job losses – that’s what Labour have in store for Britain.

If they win the election, Labour have confirmed that they will raise corporation tax – hitting businesses and costing jobs.

The Centre for Policy Studies, the independent think tank, says that Labour’s corporation tax policy could cost 96,400 jobs (Telegraph, 8 Feb 2015) – putting the security of hardworking families at risk.

The choice is clear:

While Labour would raise taxes and cost jobs, the Conservatives have a plan that’s cut taxes for over 26 million people, created 1.9 million jobs and will help create 2 million more.

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Since 2010 with the Conservatives, over 1,000 jobs have been created every day - and we'll work work to deliver 1,000 more every day in the next Parliament.

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Since 2010 with the Conservatives, over 1,000 jobs have been created every day - and we'll work work to deliver 1,000 more every day in the next Parliament.

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The price of Labour: £3,028 extra tax for every working family. SHARE our new poster to let friends know.

The price of Labour: £3,028 extra tax for every working family. SHARE our new poster to let friends know.


As the Prime Minister said today, in 38 days Britain faces a stark choice: competence with the Conservatives or chaos under Labour.

You can choose to put David Cameron in Downing Street, leading a strong team that’s working through a long-term economic plan.


Or you can choose a weak Ed Miliband, propped up by the SNP – with no plan other than more spending, more borrowing and more taxes.

You can choose a government that’s growing the economy to create jobs and invest in public services – and that will cut income tax for 30 million people.

Or you can choose the chaos of Britain under Labour – with higher unemployment, higher debts and higher taxes on hardworking families.

And Labour’s campaign is already demonstrating clear signs of that chaos:

Last time they were in power, Labour wrecked the economy by spending, borrowing and taxing too much. They haven’t learned their lesson and would do the same again – with hardworking taxpayers paying the price.


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As the Prime Minister said today, in 38 days Britain faces a stark choice: competence with the Conservatives or chaos under Labour.

You can choose to put David Cameron in Downing Street, leading a strong team that’s working through a long-term economic plan.


Or you can choose a weak Ed Miliband, propped up by the SNP – with no plan other than more spending, more borrowing and more taxes.

You can choose a government that’s growing the economy to create jobs and invest in public services – and that will cut income tax for 30 million people.

Or you can choose the chaos of Britain under Labour – with higher unemployment, higher debts and higher taxes on hardworking families.

And Labour’s campaign is already demonstrating clear signs of that chaos:

Last time they were in power, Labour wrecked the economy by spending, borrowing and taxing too much. They haven’t learned their lesson and would do the same again – with hardworking taxpayers paying the price.


SHARE this post and let everyone know that only the Conservatives have the plan and the leadership to secure a better future for you, your family and for Britain.

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Every working family in Britain would be hit with £3,028 more in tax if Labour get into power, meaning less financial security for hardworking taxpayers.

Ed Miliband and Ed Balls have committed Labour to £30 billion of structural deficit reduction by 2017-18 – which will have to be paid for with spending cuts or tax rises.

We already know that Ed Miliband would like to see a “a 50:50 balance between taxation and spending to reduce the deficit” (Source: Ed Miliband, Left Foot Forward Interview, 8/07/10).

So under Labour hardworking taxpayers would fund 50% of deficit reduction - meaning an average tax rise of £3,028 for every working family in Britain by 2020.

All Labour’s planned tax rises so far are to pay for spending increases, not deficit reduction. So they’ll need to raise more.

Only National Insurance, Income Tax or VAT increases can raise the level of revenue Labour need for their sums to up – so it is impossible for them to rule out raising all three of these taxes, costing jobs and hitting hardworking families across the country.

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