Tag Archives: chancellor


Saturday, September 10, 2016
 

We need you to ask your MP to lobby the new Chancellor to cut Fuel Duty in his Autumn Statement. In order to help you and UK's 37m highly taxed drivers to get a fairer and more equitable deal from this Government.

Here are our 2 easy and quick ways for you to contact your MP, 
either by using a new Smartphone App or as before, by email

...

CLICK TO SEE FULL ARTICLE



Please donate to help the fight for lower fuel prices and a better deal for drivers


Share this Post:    


Tuesday, August 23, 2016

FairFuelUK has asked the new Chancellor and his Treasury Ministers to go further and be bolder than his predecessor at No 11. He needs to act positively on what all economists agree, that lower vehicle fuel costs are indeed a huge boost to the UK’s economy. 

We delivered by hand to the Treasury and to the Prime Minister’s Office a letter explaining FairFuelUK’s evidence based campaign demands of the new Chancellor are as follows:


  • Cut Fuel duty on all fuels by 3p to match, more closely those of other developed nations
     
  • Cut VAT on all fuels to 15% - to soften ...

CLICK TO SEE FULL ARTICLE



Please donate to help the fight for lower fuel prices and a better deal for drivers


Share this Post:    


Thursday, March 13, 2014

MPs from all Parties went to Downing Street on March 12th to hand in a petition letter calling for a 3p Fuel Duty Cut in the Budget. The Letter was addressed to the Prime Minister and one to the Chancellor too. It was hand delivered by Quentin Willson, motoring journalist, newspaper columnist and lead spokesman for the FairFuelUK Campaign. The delegation comprised MPs from the Conservatives, Labour, Lib Dems, SNP, DUP and the Alliance Party. To see all images go to http://www.fairfueluk.com/fairfueluk_at_no_10.html  

 

Quentin Willson and Howard Cox (Co-Founder of FairFuelUK) at No 10

 

 

 




Please donate to help the fight for lower fuel prices and a better deal for drivers


Share this Post:    


Tuesday, June 26, 2012

RHA welcomes Chancellor’s pain relief measure.


The Road Haulage Association is delighted at the Chancellor’s decision to abandon the 3.02ppl duty increase until 2013 at the earliest.

 

"This is a further landmark policy achievement by the FairFuelUK alliance, of which the RHA is a leading member”, said RHA Director of Policy, Jack Semple.

 

"The FairFuelUK campaign has driven a change in the way that fuel duty is perceived. Today’s announcement will prevent further pressure being applied to the profitability and cash flow of UK hauliers in particular. The duty increase would have added £1,200 a year to the cost of running ...


CLICK TO SEE FULL ARTICLE


• RHA • FairFuelUK • Fuel Duty • 3p • Treasury • Chancellor • Jack Semple 

Please donate to help the fight for lower fuel prices and a better deal for drivers


Share this Post:    

 
RECENT POSTS

 
OLDER POSTS