Most working age benefits, including Jobseeker's Allowance, will rise by 1% in each of the next three years. Changes to welfare "save £3.7bn by 2015/16. Child benefit to rise by 1% for two years from April 2014.
We will collect £7bn more in tax than the last Government to tackle "evasion" and loopholes. More resources (£77m) to ensure multinational firms "pay their fair share" and avoidance is reduced.::
ISA limit raised to £11,520 and basic state pension to rise 2.5% from April.
Public sector workers to see average 1% rise in earnings.::
National pay arrangement in NHS and prison service to continue, and no changes to civil service arrangements, but greater freedom for schools to set pay in line with performance.:
"Need to ask more of the better off:
"No new homes tax.
From 2014/15 the pension lifetime pot relief will fall from £1.5m to £1.25m; annual allowance down from £50,000 to £40,000. This affects top 2% of pension pots.:
Threshold for 40% rate of income tax to rise by 1% in 2014 and 2015 from £41,450 to £41,865 and then £42,285.:
Corporation Tax rate cut by further 1% from April 2014.:
Capital Gains Tax annual exempt amount to increase by 1% over the same period, reaching £11,100 and Inheritance Tax nil-band rate to rise from £325,000 now to £329,000 in 2015/16.:
£1bn more for road improvements - upgrading A1, A30, and M25. Funding guarantee for extension to Northern Line tube.::
£600m more on scientific research infrastructure.::
£1bn to expand good schools and build more.