Prime Minister David Cameron will address the Conservative Party Spring Forum today, following a four-day campaign to raise awareness of the Government's new tax cuts.
He is expected to say:
From tomorrow: millions of people will open their pay packets to find they are paying less tax - or no income tax at all - and that's because we are raising the tax threshold.
So you will not pay income tax on a single penny you earn up to £10,000.
Also from tomorrow: almost every business and charity in the land that employs someone will get a tax cut too.
I have written to more than a million of them to say: keep more of what you earn, grow, invest, take on more staff - because we are cutting your National Insurance bills by up to £2,000.
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