Will the New Chancellor stick to his Tory leadership campaigning promise and freeze Fuel Duty in the March 11 Budget. Maybe he will cut it!
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