TaxPersonal Tax‘Tax breaks for gays’ says Tory boss Cameron

'Tax breaks for gays' says Tory boss Cameron

Gay couples in civil partnerships should have tax breaks, according to Conservative leader David Cameron

Conservative leader David Cameron is expected to promise tax breaks for gay
couples that enter into a civil partnership.

A speech tomorrow at the Family Planning Institute will see Cameron announce
plans to give same-sex commitment ceremonies equal treatment to marriage under
any future tax policies, according to The Observer.

Frontbench Tory adviser Oliver Letwin told the paper that the commitment was
in line with principles of the Tory leader’s brand of ‘compassionate
Conservatism’.

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