Thursday, September 15, 2011
Chief Economist at Centre for Policy Studies calls for Cheaper Petrol: supports FFUK's call for fuel duty cut

A huge 87% of the public are ‘concerned’ or ‘very concerned’about the cost of fuel and energy, and Chris Huhne’s claims that improving the efficiency of the home will actually lower bills seems incredibly dishonest. Make no mistake, a continuation of these spiralling costs (my weekly petrol bill has jumped by about £15 per week over the past year or so) will make life miserable for families up and down the country. It’s time the energy companies called the Government’s bluff by itemising the costs of its green measures on our total bill, and I would urge you all to lobby your MPs for a change in both energy and fuel policy. In fact, a good starting point would be to sign up to theFair Fuel UK e-petitionbeing run by the excellent Robert Halfon MP at - http://bit.ly/FFUK-Gov 

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[ posted by Vickie Owen, 16.09.11 16:39 ]

I think that something needs to be done about the price of fuel.
People's wages are not increasing by the same amount and those who live in a rural location don't have the luxury of tubes or buses to take them out.

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