Nick Clegg will today claim the Government has "asked for a bit more from those who can afford it" and will pledge to continue to fight for the introduction of a mansion tax.
We've increased capital gains tax; introduced a higher rate of stamp duty and a £12.5 billion banking levy; we've closed loopholes and capped tax relief to stop the very rich from gaming the system. And the Liberal Democrats will continue to argue for our mansion tax.
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