Editor of Conservative Home, Tim Montgomerie has written about his suspicions over if the Tory a tax allowance for married couples will ever be delivered.
David Cameron first mentioned the idea of a tax break for married couples while campaigning for leadership of the party in 2005.
This will be the fourth opportunity to introduce the tax allowance that will have been missed.
Forgive me but I'm getting suspicious. Very suspicious.
Why is something that the PM feels "very strongly" about taking so very long to deliver?
If it is delayed much longer and to a pre-electioneering stage of the parliament I can see Lib Dem MPs voting against a measure which they've always hated.
If it's not delivered next month I doubt it will ever be delivered.
Landmark plans to legalise gay marriage got the green light in the Commons, despite a majority of Tories failing to support the Government.
The Prime Minister will read the letter delivered to Number 10, take their views on board, but not change his mind over gay marriage.
Many Conservative MPs just do not understand the move when the tax measure is in the Coalition Agreement.