Labour's Ed Balls has refused to rule out changing income tax threshold rates if he becomes Chancellor.
In an interview with ITV News, presenter Ian Axton asked him if he had any plans to change the thresholds.
Pubs across the country are slashing their prices today in an attempt to demonstrate to the Government how the hospitality industry could benefit from a tax cut.
Many say it's unfair that supermarkets don't pay any tax on food and drink. Katie Rowlett reports from one Taunton pub that's taking part.
Bristol businessman Nasser Ahmed has been named as one of "Britain's most wanted" tax fugitives.
He has been on the run since fleeing from Bristol Crown Court eight years ago owing £156 million.
He was jailed for six years in his absence. Today his face was published on a website with 30 other suspects being sought by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.
Bob Constantine reports.
Retailers say proposals to put VAT on the sale of static caravans will be disastrous to the region's tourism industry. The Government's own calculations suggest that demand will fall by thirty per cent.
Holiday park owners say customers won't buy at the increased price and that will have a knock on effect on the wider economy. Our business correspondent Seth Conway reports.
From Bristol reporter Cordelia Lynch: