TaxPersonal TaxCameron ready to halt NI plans

Cameron ready to halt NI plans

Tories likely to block 2011 rises in National Insurance

David Cameron

David Cameron has said the Tory party will consider whether a planned rise in
National Insurance should go ahead.

Speaking on Radio 5 Live the conservative leader said a decision on the 1%
rise expected in 2011 would be made before a general election.

Cameron is quoted in The Times saying that it is not a good idea to
put taxes up and that the party will consider whether part of the rises can be
avoided.

The remarks are being viewed in some circles as an indication that the Tories
will have a clear tax cutting agenda.

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