The price of crude oil dropped to an 18-year low of less than $23 per barrel – equivalent to 12p per litre, cheaper than the 12.5p price of bottled water at Sainsbury’s. “Now in a time of national emergency, when every family, worker, NHS professional, deliver driver, small and mediumRead Whole Post

On behalf of 1.7m supporters, we welcome a significant fall in pump prices in a time of crisis by the  supermarkets, but opportunistic profiteering remains rife in the rest of the fuel supply chain. The Government must act now, to stop these faceless unchecked businesses’ palpable use of the CoronaRead Whole Post

The RHA calls on the Government to address the following: Immediate cash-flow injections Enforced payment holidays with leasing companies, banks and fuel suppliers Measures to protect employees’ wages Deferment of VAT, income tax, business rates and corporation tax Road fund licence reductions Deferment of the implementation of clean air zonesRead Whole Post

Our rookie Chancellor has listened to common sense and frozen Fuel Duty for an unparalleled 10th consecutive Budget since George Osborne’s instinctive one penny cut in 2011. Rishi is hailed with a huge sigh of relief, by our 1.7m supporters, motorists, motorcyclists, van drivers and the commercial heartbeat of ourRead Whole Post

NEARLY half of Tory-voting motorists said they would ditch the party at the next election if the Chancellor hikes fuel duty in his Budget 2020. A survey by the FairFuelUK campaign between 2nd – 5th March 2020 (summary below) found only a quarter of motorists who backed the Tories inRead Whole Post