This is the official response by the Government to the FairFuelUK petition on line
"This e-petition has reached 100,000 signatures. The Government has notified the Backbench Business Committee in the House of Commons, who have scheduled a debate on the matter on 15 November.
This e-petition will remain live, and people will be able to continue adding their signatures. Click on the GOVERNMENT E_PETITION in the menu above. In the meantime, we would like to update you on the Government’s current position on the substance of this e-petition.
"The Government recognises that the price of petrol has become an increasingly significant part of day-to-day spending. We know this is causing real difficulties in ensuring that motoring remains affordable and people are feeling the pinch. This is why we announced a £2bn package, in the Budget, to support motorists.
We cut fuel duty by 1 penny per litre from Budget Day. We cancelled the previous government’s fuel duty escalator which would have increased pump prices by 1 penny above inflation