Well done to FairFuel UK and supporters. The 2013 Budget saw rise in Fuel duty scrapped.

Did FairFuelUK‘s fight to lower fuel duty in the UK have an influence the UK government’s recent decision in the March 2013 Budget to scrap the planned 3 pence a litre rise in fuel duty planned for September 2013.  Maybe it did, maybe it didn’t, but it certainly did no harm, I know I sent my letter to me MP asking for fairer and lower fuel prices.  Did you?

Reacting to news that Fuel Duty is frozen FairFuelUK spokesman Quentin Willson said:  ‘This is welcome news for families and businesses across the UK as far as it goes. It is a sign that the Government is listening, but there will be widespread disappointment that the cancellation of this duty rise gives them no immediate relief from climbing fuel prices. Cancelling a rise that really shouldn’t happen is not enough.  The Government needs to cut duty substantially to get the economic growth we all need.’

FairFuelUK is the Nationally Recognised Award Winning Campaign fighting for lower petrol & diesel prices and is widely accredited with stopping £6.5 billion of fuel duty being levied on businesses and the public in 2011, 2012 & 2013

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