Quentin Willson - Lead Campaigner
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Tuesday, November 1, 2011
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Well this is good news but I have a feeling it will be a total waste of time.
My husband and I are motorhomers and love to explore Britain and the continent but unfortunately because of the price of fuel it is becoming increasingly difficult, how can fuel be cheaper in other european countries, eg Spain, France etc, Surely the Government should be encouraging people to get out and stimulate the economy instead of curtaining everyone by the price of fuel.
How is it that fuel giants are making multi million pound higher profits than previous years, when we are in the middle of a recession. For some reason they think that we are oblivious to there strategies of lowering fuel prices, then rising them again in the future months. Then hoping that we will swollow the fact that they are helping. Come on, do you think we are that naive. The only difference between the common thief and these fuel giants is legalised robbery. And the fact that some people can't see that lowering fuel prices significantly will help growth are blind. I could go on for ages but here is a reminder to the MP's of this country. You are put in these positions to help bring stability and wealth to the people. Please concentrate on that, rather than giving money away to the bone idle and fat cats that feed off this country. Lets make Great Britain, great again.
cut the price of fuel then the price of FOOD
As Vince Cable does not appear to listen could I suggest that for the rest of this Parliament term he is not allowed to claim or be funded in any way for his fuel. In fact all the cabinet ministers should forfiet their expense accounts and tax run cars take a drop in salary to that of a pensioner and see how they struggle with the continual rises in fuel, gas, electric and food.
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