Nobody will believe the Tories on VAT. Labour won't raise VAT, and under us National Insurance won't go up either.
Nobody will believe David Cameron on VAT. He broke his promise on VAT last time, and given half a chance he'll do it again.
Their promises can't be trusted now, because the Tories still have £10 billion of unfunded tax promises to pay for, and extreme spending plans which can't be delivered.
Yesterday, George Osborne refused five times to rule out increasing VAT. The Tories are making it up as they go along.
We have no unfunded pledges - that's why we have absolutely no need to raise National Insurance. Under us it's not going to go up, and our manifesto will make that clear. In fact we want to cut taxes on working people, through a lower 10p starting rate of income tax. We've said where the money is coming from for that - scrapping the Tories' unfair married couples allowance.