Ahead of the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham this week, the Prime Minister and Chancellor have both given interviews highlighting some of the measures the party is seeking to introduce - as well as a few it is ruling out.
The pair gave interviews to the BBC and Mail on Sunday.
Ideas set to be unveiled this week include:
Removing the rise in child support benefits jobless parents receive as they have more children. This is part of plans to cut a further £10bn from the benefits budget by 2016/17, on top of the £18m cuts already underway.
Limiting housing benefit for the under 25s, so that young people without a job have to live at home.
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Making further possible curbs on child tax credits;
Allowing benefit increases to be lower than the rate of inflation;
Suggesting there will be no immediate reversal of a decision to cut the top rate of tax, which is set to be reduced from 50p to 45p.
Pledging to freeze council tax for the third year in a row and cap commuter fares.
Meanwhile, Cameron and Osborne have ruled out introducing a levy on high-value properties, or a 'wealth' tax on the very rich, two measures sought by the Liberal Democrats.
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