A man who lives in a mansion has ruled out a new tax on expensive properties.
'I don't want to be a country that comes after me every year with a massive great tax, and so that is not going to happen,' Prime Minister David Cameron told the Andrew Marr show.
And very rich bastard chancellor George Osborne told Sky News:
'I don't think a mansion tax is a good idea because I live in a mansion.'
But Cameron vowed 'further action to ensure rich people pay their fair share' and has already announced plans to slash housing benefit from April.
'We're all in this together,' said Osborne, heir to the 17th Baronetcy.