Should the government help incentivise marriage?
The government should help incentivise marriage through state financial support. That's the message from the Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith. Do you agree?
In a speech, Mr Duncan Smith has outlined why he thinks married couples should get tax breaks and why it's the government's job to encourage people to get married.
The Liberal Democrats oppose the Conservative plans, with leader Nick Clegg calling tax breaks for married couples "patronising drivel that belongs in the Edwardian age".
Do you aspire to marry? What is stopping you from getting married? Is it time to make marriage a priority again? Or is marriage a thing of the past?
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