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Pressure mounting for cut in fuel duty after pump prices rose 7p to 185p a litre in a week


PRESSURE is mounting for a cut in fuel duty after pump prices rose 7p to 185p a litre in a week.

Labour MP Justin Madders said: “Community nurses are at their wits’ end.

Pressure is mounting for a cut in fuel duty after pump prices rose 7p to 185p a litre in a week

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Pressure is mounting for a cut in fuel duty after pump prices rose 7p to 185p a litre in a week

“It is costing them more to visit patients than they can claim in mileage allowance.”

Taxi drivers and couriers are struggling and ice cream vans are being driven out of business.

Tory MP Fay Jones said: “Rural fuel costs are simply horrendous.” 

Fair Fuel UK wants duty cut by at least 20p and a watchdog to ensure drivers benefit.

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It was cut by 5p this year but the Government has no plans to trim further.

Howard Cox, from Fair Fuel UK, said: “The crippling pain of filling up at the pumps needs more than a sticking plaster.

“Fuel duty must be slashed by at least 20p and this time be policed so that it’s all passed onto drivers by using a PumpWatch watchdog.”





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