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Election 2015: Tories 'would cut family home inheritance tax'

A Conservative government would end inheritance tax on family homes worth up to £1m, David Cameron has announced.

It means more owners of homes in the UK would be able to pass them on to their children without paying tax.

The policy is likely to be at the centre of the Tory election manifesto, which will be launched next week.

Labour said the Tories had promised such a move before the last election and did not deliver.

Meanwhile, other parties have presented their different ideas for taxation and inheritance.

Gavin Hewitt reports.

  • 12 Apr 2015
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