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Government 'will not survive CGT rise'

Prime Minister David Cameron has called for calm over the coalition government's plans to raise non-business capital gains tax.

The reforms, instigated by the Liberal Democrats, and due to be set out in next month's budget and have caused alarm on the Tory backbenches.

Correspondent Mike Thomson spoke to estate agents in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, about how the changes to CGT will affect their businesses.

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