Mansion tax and 10p tax: Labour trusted with economy?


Labour has been talking about a "mansion tax" to help fund the reintroduction of the 10p income tax rate, which Gordon Brown introduced and later abolished.

As the opposition begins to flesh out its policies, Adam Fleming took the unscientific mood box to see what shoppers in London thought when asked if they could trust Labour with the UK economy.

He asked them asked to 'vote' with balls on Ed Balls.

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