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Post  Panda on Mon 22 Jul - 6:41

Latest storiesPM's Porn Crackdown: 'One Click' Protection

The PM is set to say all UK households will have their access to online pornography blocked unless they request to keep it.

Either you ban porn on Computers entirely or not at all !!!!!



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Cameron: I want to cut taxes if we win the election ZoomBookmarkSharePrintListenTranslateDAVID Cameron hinted that taxes could be cut if the Tories win the next election as he stressed his commitment yesterday for workers to keep more of their hard- earned pay.

The Prime Minister said no government could give “blanket assurances” over tax after Chancellor George Osborne last week said the deficit could be eradicated without further rises.

But Mr Cameron made clear he wants taxes to fall, which is likely to be contentious for his Lib Dem Coalition partners unless the Tories focus any tax cuts on the poorest.

Asked on BBC1’ s Andrew Marr show if any future Conservative government would raise taxes, Mr Cameron said: “What George [ Osborne] said, and what he’s absolutely right about, is that our plans... don’t include any plans for tax rises.” Asked if that was a “pledge”, he said: “I’m a Conservative. I’m a low- tax Conservative.

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“As we start to see the economy healing... I want to give people back some of their hard- earned money and try to reduce their taxes.

“That is what drives me as a Conservative. I think your economy does better if you say to people, ‘ You’ve worked hard, you’ve done the right thing, here is some of your own money back in a tax reduction’.”

But he declined to promise there would be no new taxes, insisting: “No Prime Minister, no government, can ever give a blanket assurance about every single thing under the sun.

“I’ve made very specific promises as leader of the Opposition and as Prime Minister and I’ve tried to keep those promises.” Senior Tory sources insisted there was no difference of opinion between Mr Cameron and Mr Osborne.
The Chancellor said last week that tax increases would not be required to achieve his economic plans after 201516 because more spending cuts would help to balance the books.

One source said: “The Prime Minister is 100 per cent supportive of the Chancellor but everything will be set out much closer to the election.”

Matthew Sinclair, of the TaxPayers’ Alliance, said: “David Cameron is right to recognise the need to cut taxes on hard- pressed families but he should act now, not just make promises for the distant future. Stagnant wages and rising prices mean it’s vital that politicians ease the burden on taxpayers.

“Tax cuts alone are not enough though. It is time the Government abandoned its barmy policies that drive up the cost of living.”

Mr Cameron was also unable to promise pensioners’ perks such as free TV licences, bus passes and the winter fuel allowance would continue. The Daily Express is crusading to keep them.

He stressed yesterday that he had kept his pre- 2010 election pledge to preserve them in this Parliament.


In a boost for the PM yesterday, figures this week are expected to show the recovery is gathering pace. GDP may have grown in the three months to June by as much as 0.8 per cent, the largest jump since 2007. See page 12

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