Friday, July 6, 2012

George Osborne’s decision to abandon the 3.02 pence a litre increase in fuel duty planned for August 1 really does look like another major victory for FairFuelUK, the campaigning alliance of which the RHA is a key member.


The media reports on Tuesday 26th June, when the announcement was made and on the following day didn’t give enough recognition to the significance of the FairFuelUK campaign, which recently won the Public Policy Campaign of the Year Award from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations



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[ posted by Frank Phillips, 11.07.12 08:20 ]

The decision to delay the proposed August increase in fuel duty until the following January is specifically designed by Osborne to directly manipulate the Retail Price Index downwards in the following month, which figure is used to set the level of benefit increases for the following financial year.

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