Tax break ‘lets parents work more’

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The scheme, unveiled on the eve of tomorrow’s Budget and due to come into effect in autumn 2015, will help around 1.9 million families where both parents work and has been welcomed by charities. But it has come under fire from some quarters for excluding couples where one parent does not work and being made available to high-earning households with a joint income of as much as £300,000. Labour said support for children and families had been cut by £15 billion since the coalition came to office in 2010 and dismissed the promise of a tax break after the next general election as “too little too late”. But visiting a south London nursery with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Mr…

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