New film attacks Tory marriage tax plans

Last week The Voice ran a piece from Eleanor Black of the Don’t Judge My Family Campaign opposing Conservative plans to introduce a tax break for marriage.

The campaign has now released a new film:

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  • Anthony Durham 28th Apr '10 - 10:08pm

    Has anyone else noticed how any video mentioned by Lib Dem Voice is always unavailable?
    In the computer field this phenomenon is known as Slashdotting, because the moment
    Slashdot mentions something it goes unavailable.
    Evidently this proves just how popular the Voice is.

  • Cameron would give qualifying families £150 per annum. The average wedding costs around £20,000

    Go figure.

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