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Thread: 100,000+ petition gets government to debate fuel prices

  1. #21
    Join Date
    Sep 2007


    Quote..."We have Smudger; he commentates on cricket these days..."

    Yea! Goodun that wagolynn.

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Dec 2007


    Today you will see the FairFuelUK Campaign Team interviewed on BBC, ITV, Sky, Radio 5, 4 and many local Radio Stations. This is because FairFuelUK goes to the the floor of the House of Commons for the MPs debate about lower fuel prices.

    Early indications show that the Government has listened to some extent. We will know more early evening following the debate.

    Many of the Newspapers have already predicted based on the FairFuelUK Campaign's efforts so far that the Govt is prepared to scrap the next fuel duty rise.

    However whilst this is a welcome response, it remains just one of our core objectives, the main one of course is to see a significant cut in fuel duty in order to get the economy growing again.

    SO please continue to get all your friends and colleagues to sign up and support Battles may be won but the war for common sense goes on.

    Thanks for your support

    Very kind regards

  3. #23
    Join Date
    Apr 2007


    In the process of supporting the campaign, an email to my MP brought the reply that, as a minister for another department, he is not permitted to attend or vote in the debate.
    I wonder how many more potential votes will be lost in various 'opt out' excuses? Let's hope more lost votes are anti-campaign than for it!!!

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