On Sunday, Ed Miliband was asked whether his spending plans will mean he'll have to raise taxes on hardworking families.
'Indeed, indeed.' (Source: The Andrew Marr Show, BBC One, 11 Jan 2015)
He was confirming what everybody already knew: that Labour haven't changed, and that their plans for more spending and more borrowing will mean higher taxes for everyone.
While the Conservatives have cut income tax every year we've been in office, Ed Miliband actually doesn't believe in cutting tax.
In an article revealed over the weekend - written while he was part of the last Labour government - he actually rejected the idea of tax cuts as 'out of the mainstream' (Source: Telegraph.co.uk, 10 Jan 2015).
The choice at the next election couldn't be clearer.
The Conservatives, who will cut income tax for 30 million people, so you keep more of your hard-earned money.
Or a Labour leader who doesn't believe in tax cuts at all - and is already making plans to make families pay more.
Everyone needs to know this. Please use our Share the Facts website, iPhone app and Android app to get the word out - that a Labour government would mean wasteful spending, more borrowing and higher taxes.