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That this House notes with concern the continued rise in fuel prices; further notes that both petrol and diesel prices are at over £1 per litre; recognises that the increased cost of petrol and diesel hits those in low and fixed incomes the hardest in addition to having an impact on business; further recognises the reliance many people have on using their vehicles both for business and private use and therefore the huge impact that the proposed two per cent. increase in fuel duty, due to be introduced in September 2009, will have on many people; and calls on the Government to review its policy and abandon the two per cent. rise.
Total number of signatures: 37
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