Labour's tax plans WOULD cost less well off married couples £250 if it wins the election admits John McDonnell - but he insists they will make it back through pay rises and a 'whole range of benefits' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Labour's tax plans WOULD cost less well off married couples £250 if it wins the election admits John McDonnell - but he insists they will make it back through pay rises and a 'whole range of benefits'

The shadow chancellor insisted he would preside over a 'fair taxation system'
He conceded scrapping marriage tax allowance would cost couples £250
But he said it was an unfair and discriminatory tax relief
He hopes to gained the keys to 11 Downing Street after Thursday's election

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