By: Jack Murphy
The Tories will ban strikes by health workers, firefighters and teachers if less than 40% of those eligible to vote take part.
There has not been such a shake up in Government since Margaret Thatcher was in power, the Tories will ban strikes by health workers, firefighters and teachers if less than 40% of those eligible to vote take part.
Thos working 30 hours on a minimum wage will not pay any income tax.
David Cameron said: “Behind this Queen’s Speech is a clear vision for what our country can be. A country of security and opportunity for everyone.”
The IFS said, Child Tax benefit cuts could mean 3.7 million families losing £1,400 a year.
Housing Benefit cuts could also mean anyone under 25 years of age will not be eligible.
A raid on child tax credits could mean 3.7 million families losing £1,400 a year, said the IFS.
The IFS also said that taxing disability benefits would raise £900million and axing child benefit and switching eligible families to tax credits would cost each household £1,000 per year.
Here are the list of Tory Bills that are more than likely to appear:
EU Referendum: In/Out poll on Britain’s membership of the EU by the end of 2017.
Tax: Law to stop the PM raising income tax, VAT or National Insurance before 2020.
Scotland: New powers for Holyrood over tax, welfare and benefits.
Welfare & Jobs: Welfare cap down by £3,000 to £23,000 to fund 3 million apprenticeships.
Counter-Terror: Draconian new powers to silence hate preachers and censor the media.
Anti-Strikes: New thresholds to prevent workers going on strike.
Childcare: 30 hours a week free childcare for working parents of three and four-year-olds.
Education: Huge expansion of the Tories’ Free Schools project.
Enterprise: Save small business £10billion by slashing red tape. Details are scarce.
Cities Devolution: New powers to urban areas such as Greater Manchester which agree to install directly-elected Mayors.
Immigration: Illegal immigration blitz. Police able to seize pay of illegal workers.
Other Tory Bills to watch out for are:
Human Rights Act Repeal: The Tories have pledged to replace the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights.
Communications and Data: Snooper’s Charter giving new internet surveillance powers to police and security services.
NHS: Seven-day NHS. 5,000 more GPs.
Policing: Cops face clampdown on the use of bail for suspects and the use of cells to detain people with mental illness will be banned.
Hunting Ban Repeal: Tories have pledged a free vote on ditching Labour’s fox-hunt ban.
Wales: New powers for the Welsh Assembly could be granted to Wales in a separate Bill.