Saturday, December 24, 2011
In the Sun Business page the 2011 Business Crackers were announced that included Robert Halfon's MP campaign to lower fuel prices. This campaign was driven by FairFuelUK and we are pleased to be in partnership with Robert for the New Year



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[ posted by Peaky, 26.12.11 18:51 ]

You're a real dipshit Quent!

When are you going to realise that PEAK OIL is upon us?

It's all over lad. Fuel prices and austerity (in equal measure) will INCREASE from now on.

Get used to it!

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[ posted by anti-Peaky, 27.12.11 21:22 ]

Peaky. Oh how very helpful and polite!!!

Let's have some positive adult suggestions.

Diesel:
Has the price of diesel been pushed up by the surge in fuel efficient diesel engined private vehicles? Most commercial road hauliers' vehicles use diesel fuel and the rise in its price has had a significant effect in the cost of transporting goods.
This has had a knock on effect in an increase in the retail prices we pay for those goods and has contributed to the more that 5% increase in RPI.
Should the Government introduce a measure to discourage the production and purchase of new private diesel vehicles?
I am not suggesting that there should be any measures introduced that effect current owners of diesel vehicles.

Petrol:
I have recently noticed that some car manufacturers are producing small capacity petrol engines that have turbochargers and some have superchargers too. This combination produces good petrol fuel efficiency in town and during cruising without sacrificing good acceleration when needed.
Should the Government introduce a measure to encourage the production and purchase of new small engined fuel efficient private petrol vehicles?

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