The FTA has welcomed the freeze in fuel duty announced by the chancellor George Osborne in today’s Budget, but believes he missed an opportunity to boost the economy by not cutting it. James Hookham, FTA managing director of policy and communications, said: “The chancellor has kept his promise to freeze fuel duty and industry will be £187m a year better off for that. “But he missed the opportunity to stimulate the economy further by reducing fuel duty and putting around […]
Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed in the Budget there will be no rise in fuel duty this September.
The members of the Transport Committee, which will serve under chairwoman Lillian Greenwood, have been announced.
The RHA is actively exploring options to help hauliers through the COVID-19 crisis with government ministers. These include immediate cashflow injections, enforced payment holidays with leasing companies, banks and fuel suppliers and further measures to protect employees’ wages to safeguard our critical driver workforce both now and for when volume increases.