The choice is yours, I am merely repeating this email for those who do not get it but would have liked to have so they could respond:

Dear Friend,

Fairer tax can make life easier for millions of workers across the country.

Chances are if you're reading this, by April you'll be paying £550 a year less in income tax than you were in 2010. That's got to be a welcome bit of help in these tough times.

By cutting tax for those on ordinary incomes and asking the super-rich to pay their fair share, we're making taxes fairer.

But we want to do more. We want the Chancellor to announce in the next budget that he is raising the income tax threshold to £10,000 a year. That will mean that £550 a year saving, is turned into a £700 a year saving for the average worker.

You can help make this happen by taking a few seconds to tell me what paying £700 less in income tax will mean for you.

There's is no better way to win this argument than with the real life stories of people like yourself.

Please share your story now, and help us deliver fairer tax in Britain.

We wouldn’t have gotten this far without you, so thank you for everything you’ve done.

Lorely Burt MP

PS. It will take just a few seconds to share what a £700 tax cut will mean for you, click here now and help this campaign.