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“In a Commons vote this afternoon, Labour are calling on the Government to delay a 3p-a-litre increase in fuel duty until at least next April. The controversial tax hike is planned for January but opponents claim that families and businesses are in desperate need of some good news from the Exchequer. What difference would such a delay make to local businesses, your family or you?”

By Barnaby_B Posted: November 12, 2012


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  • BRIMM  |  November 12 2012, 9:18AM

    Mmmmm....Are Labour jumping on a policy they brought in to make political gain? I wonder where these saviours of the economy where from 1997-2010! 3p raise? No! Why don`t they mouth off and go for a 10p drop at least. Self serving back*******s the lot of them but the Labour party hypocrisy is nauseating.

  • Ian_Heighton  |  November 12 2012, 1:46PM

    Got to pay for the tax cuts for millionaires somehow. Personally, I would put a 50% tax on the expenses that the rich claim for their travel but the millionaires row AKA the Government would never do that.


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