FairFuelUK with its 1.1m supporters has fought off £30bn in TAX hikes in the last 5 years but the Government is  taking over 70% in tax when we fill up at the pumps, we have the highest Fuel Duty levels in the EU and the cost of this fuel directly impacts adversely on the cost of living, investment, jobs and operating of businesses. The award winning FairFuelUK Campaign fights for lower fuel prices at the pumps and is actively supported by the founding backers the FTA and RHA and these other prestigious organisations
Freight Transport Association  The Road Haulage Association      The Association of Pallet Networks  Microlise help our customers to reduce the cost and environmental impact of their fleet operations.
“Chancellor Please Cut Fuel Duty for Economic Growth”
UK diesel prices are the highest of the 56 countries in Continental Europe with petrol coming 3rd. Click on the graphs below to see how the UK suffers from being the most expensive place to buy fuel(s) in the western world. These detrimental rankings are solely due to the continuing and unreasonably high Fuel Duty levels, VAT plus the iniquitous VAT also being put on the levy itself. Cutting fuel duty is proven* to accelerate growth in GDP, create more jobs, help inflation, increase consumer spending and business investment, so why does the Government ignore the obvious?

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FairFuelUK Campaign Objectives 2015 - 2020

  • Lower Fuel Duty by at least 3p/litre
  • Independent transparent pump pricing inquiry to be initiated
  • All tax to be displayed on fuel receipts
  • Remove VAT on Fuel Duty - Stop double taxation
  • Fairer deal for motorists and the haulage industry in terms of more of tax contribution going into roads infrastructure and reparations
  • Diesel pricing parity at the pumps
  • Set up an old diesel car Fair scrappage scheme
  • Set up an all-party APPG for Fair Motoring issues (similar to FFUK APPG)
  • Encourage Greener fuels initiatives
  • Encourage the Greens to work with FairFuelUK for a cleaner environment
  • Spread the Euro 6 message
  • Better PR for 4 wheels

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FairFuelUK is managed by Howard Cox and Quentin Willson (TV Broadcaster and Motoring Journalist).
email: campaign@fairfueluk.com    
Contact and Media:
Howard Cox 07515 421611
FairFuelUK, 1 Rammell Mews,Cranbrook,Kent TN17 3BQ. UK

We have sent to the Treasury, MPs and the Media our ground-breaking report published in November by the Centre for Economic and Business Research which confirms that the lower petrol and diesel prices of 2015 have raised UK GDP by 0.6%, created an extra £11.6 billion of economic activity, 121,000 jobs and boosted government tax revenues. The research also shows that raising duty on diesel or increasing VED on diesel vehicles would cost businesses and families £9.3 billion across the current Parliament. Here are the headlines:"  Quentin Willson

  • Lower oil and fuel prices seen over the course of 2015 will provide an annual boost to GDP of between 0.5%-0.6%.

  • Boost of £11.6 billion to UK Gross Value Added (GVA) – similar to the annual output of the UK’s ninth largest city, Sheffield.

  • The fall in fuel costs over the past year will lead to the creation of around 121,000 jobs across the economy.

  • Despite lower VAT receipts on fuel, net tax revenue overall should rise between 0.2%-0.3% – an additional £1.3 billion in receipts for the exchequer over the course of the year.

To see the report in detail click here
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