Quentin Willson - Lead Campaigner
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Thursday, November 10, 2011
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i think this shows how much caMORON cares
im a little confused as to this reply, it appears to blame labour and praise camerons lot in the guise of we are putting it right. BULLSHIT ALL IT SAYS IS IF THE PRICE DROPPED BY 30P A LITRE THEN THATS HOW MUCH THEY WOULD ADD TO THE TAX
The Government just don't get it - it's like we should be thankful that the price isn't higher than it is now as the duty rise as scheduled by the previous government to be introduced in April this year was cancelled and that we got 1ppl back in duty at the last budget. They think that they can just keep taking from the ‘cash cow’ motorist without any implications whatsoever and are happy to ignore the warning signs.
I hope that those of us who are believers(of all religions, I'm not thinking just of Christians) will not only sign the petition and nag our MPs but also do what is crucial for our part in the campaign - to ask God in genuine prayer to help out on this issue.
The rising cost of fuel is has the potential to put society back over 100 years, to a time of wealthy 'haves' and for the working masses, the 'have nots'. We may well see a return to mobility and freedom of travel being the exclusive domain of the better-off. Ordinary working people are being inexorably priced off of the road, so of necessity we could see a return to working and living within a small radius of our birthplace. An MP recently remarked travelling by train is now only for the wealthy!
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