Thursday, March 8, 2012
Great Coverage of the Campaign at National FairFuel Day




 




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[ posted by john bolger, 08.03.12 17:11 ]

WELL DONE ALL,COULD NOT MAKE TRIP BUT 100 % BEHIND YOU.ANOTHER THING THE GOVMENT COULD DO TO CUT RATESIS VERY EASY, STOP GIVING SUBSIDIES TO THESE FOREIGN WIND FARM COMPANIES THAT THEN TAKE THE CASH OUT OF THE COUNTRY.''''' AND CUT DOWN IN FOREIGN AID.

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[ posted by John D Whitfield, 13.03.12 10:04 ]

I am glad that I joined FairFuelUK.com as I think it's time this issue was investigated,I also think that the Vehicle Road Tax should be Investigated as it is always increasing yearly,my pension doesn't grow that fast. I don't think the Government care about what the people of the country think anymore Charity begins at home they should stop sending money for Foreign Aid.Time to look after the UK and not abroad.

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[ posted by Stephen Sanderson, 13.03.12 13:42 ]

Well done 150 percent behind the campaign we need to show the prices in the shelfs are related to the prices on the pump.
Perhaps one of the RTA members showing cost to transport food compared with a year ago and the wholesaler price then the retailer.

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[ posted by Shaun Anderson, 22.03.12 11:08 ]

It all seems so simple to me if you drop the tax on fuel you would give more spending power to the public. which means we can then spend the extra money on goods which we pay tax on and this will cause demand and create jobs which in turn will bring in more tax. High fuel prices will not produce anything but hardship.

Shaun Anderson

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