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Budget 2014: Caroline Flint and 10p income tax rate

18 March 2014 Last updated at 13:59 GMT

George Osborne should bring in a 10p tax rate, which would give back £100 a year to 24 million taxpayers, the shadow energy secretary has explained.

In her message ahead of Wednesday's Budget, Caroline Flint said a new mansion tax and getting rid of the married couple's tax allowance would pay for the measure, after her party made a "mistake" in abolishing it.

It was the final of three Budget big boards on the Daily Politics, following Tim Farron last Thursday, and Grant Shapps on Monday.

Archive footage of MPs at the big board from Ed Davey, Ruth Kelly and David Cameron

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