The award-winning public affairs campaign that has been mainly responsible for securing the 10 years freeze in Fuel Duty responds to the rumours that the Chancellor will increase Fuel Duty 5p, to pay for the extension to Universal Credit and pay off Covid Debt. “Hiking fuel tax is like putting an even bigger hole in a sinking ship. 5p on duty raises only a fraction of the cost of the hike in Universal Credit. It is pure vindictiveness forced by a ill-informed and uncharacteristic Tory green agenda, that the Treasury are lashing out at motorists.”  “It will be disingenuous hittingRead Whole Article

Howard Cox, Founder of FairFuelUK, Secretary to APPG for Fair Fuel for Motorists and Hauliers said:  “It looks like welcome spending on roads for motorists and hauliers is secure, but there’s no hiding the huge tax gap of up to £80billion to fund the Chancellor’s ‘spending heavy’ plan. Something will have to give. We have been reliably told by Treasury sources that, UK’s drivers will be taking the significant burden to pay the Nation’s way out of the Covid economic crisis. In layman’s speak, Rishi Sunak is paving the way to hit drivers hard in the next Budget! The world’s highestRead Whole Article

March 11th marks the first Budget of this massive majority driven administration. Will Fuel Duty be cut? SAJID Javid back in June 2019 vowed to freeze fuel duty for at least two more years – while launching Britain’s drive to ‘net-zero’ emissions. He said in his push to become Tory leader: “People drive because they don’t have other transport options, and they need to make a living, pick up the kids from school, and bring groceries back from the supermarket. Pre-empting criticism from the Treasury, a campaign source insisted the move wouldn’t ‘cost’ money – as it leaves more inRead Whole Article