Do your duty: not quite fair fuel yet

Fighting for FairFuel?

“Political ping pong” was how FairFuelUK (FFUK) co-founder Howard Cox summed up the news this week that fuel duty would likely be frozen for the rest of this parliament. Cox was in little doubt that given Labour’s headline grabbing pledge at their own party conference to cut utility bills, this was the Conservative’s riposte. Either way, the hard-pressed road transport industry will accept whatever populist promise is made if it means a saving at the pumps. However, it’s clear that […]