Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury – in the House of Commons at 10:30 am on 29th March 2007.

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Photo of Gordon Brown Gordon Brown The Chancellor of the Exchequer 10:30 am, 29th March 2007

Twenty million people are better off, unlike under Conservative Budgets in the early 1990s, when everybody was worse off. The Conservatives want more tax cuts. Is it not time that they told us whether they support the public spending plans that we announced? The shadow Chancellor said on the "Today" programme on 1 March:

"If you could tell me what Labour is going to be spending, I'll tell you what the Conservative party's spending plans are, as well."

Will he tell us the truth—are they supporting our spending plans, or not?