Quentin Willson - Lead Campaigner
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Wednesday, August 3, 2011
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No chance, they will not cut duty as this is the ideal way to get cars off the road and meet emmision targets, this whole country is flawed its now a nation of rich against poor, there will be no place in the future for a middle class as there simply is no money left for them after the mps have had theyre cut
unfortunatly I agree with mark, if they had any intention of reducing this crippling fuel duty then they would have done it months ago, its a pity that the people that we elect to represent our views do nothing for us the electorate, if they did then we would not be in this mess the economics are too simple for our mps everything has to be complicated and has to have an angle that beniffits mps,
Lets given em what they want, if only we could all take our vehciles off the road, even just for one day..all of us on the same day..sure that would make them realise how much would be lost in taxes
Unfortunately, the only way we will get the out of touch to listen to the out of pocket, is with a show of strength by the haulage industry, STOP ALL deliveries to supermarkets for 3 days and let them here the public outcry as they run out of food, or blockade the capital with trucks, and bring the country to a standstill on the motorways.
Agree with all the comments on here, but i am afraid we all accept whatever these MP'S throw at us, take take take from us,Price of fuel is really biting into my standard of living and everybody else I am sure. Bombard your local MP TILL HE GETS FED UP, if that does not work let us bring the country to a standstill as this is the only way these Goverments will listen. LETS DO IT.
CO2 is a big problem . to have a real debate on health for THE UK CITY DWELLER its not completely about car owners.
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