After battle of the ministers England v British
David Cameron has promised to look at ways of countering the effects of rising fuel costs.
The prime minister said that, with prices hitting £1.30 a litre, motorists were facing a "tough" time. Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister said; Cameron who’s still living in Narnia as like most British MP’s, all whom claim for the fuel in expenses so they don’t feel the pinch in their pockets, Cameron pulling is prices out of a hat £1.30. When in fact its £1.36/7 a litre which nearly double of last year, and some motorways garages well over £1.40 a litre holding motorist to ransoms, maybe if they stop give away the odd £235m here and there? they could take the tax of fuel, also all garages should be cap at selling to a max price of a £1,00 a litre and still make billions in profit, feed my greed it’s the British way here said.
He told MPs the Treasury could "share" some of the extra taxes it will receive from higher oil prices.
Protesters handed in over 120,000-signature petition to the government, calling for a planned 1p rise in fuel duty not to be imposed, and with more unrest now hitting England it’s not far off before the England joins there Arab friends in more protests maybe the time is coming to kick the British out and put back the English back in running their own country.
The change, due to take effect in April, comes on top of duty already costing 58.95p for every litre of petrol and plus your 20% on top? 11. 6p over 79p per litre
Motorists have already been confronted with a rise in the top rate of VAT from 17.5% to 20% and increased oil prices.
The Fair Fuel UK campaign's leader, TV presenter Quentin Wilson, said: "These things have a way of overtaking governments. So they really have to grab this, deal with it, send out a message that they are going to control this and deal with it as quickly as they can, before you get all these splinter groups and blockading of refineries and go-slows on motorways, which we so do not want at the moment."
Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, Mr Cameron said: "I know how tough it is for motorists, particularly for small businesses and families, when they are filling up at the pumps and it's over £1.30 a litre.
"We will look at the fact that extra revenue comes to the Treasury when there's a higher oil price and see if we can share some of that benefit with the motorist."
Sir Michael said, That Cameron should give him the job, and he would guarantee he could get fuel down to £1.00 a litre without losing any taxes, as none of his half-wits could, their only now looking at it because of protests and of course May elections are on their way?