Prime Minister David Cameron has said that married couples will receive a £1,000 tax break from 2015,
He said of the move: "Marriage is a great institution and it helps to build a good and strong society so I think its right to back marriage properly in the income tax system.
"Most other advanced industrial countries do it and we should do it too. I'm proud to be delivering on a promise I made in our manifesto."
Tax breaks for married couples worth up to £200 a year will be introduced from 2015, David Cameron has announced.
If David Cameron’s so-called marriage tax break is his answer, then the Prime Minister has the wrong question.
The Prime Minister has finally committed to a tax break for married couples in a quite personal newspaper article.