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Watch this man's campaign on extortionate fuel prices

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by kaysea on 28th April 2012 at 19:47 (12574 Views)
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  1. MARTIN3030's Avatar
    There are some good points there.
    But in a recession it is never possible to defend all aspects since a recession takes victims.
    The out of town retail centres flourished at the expense of taking trade away from the high streets.
    If people can not afford to drive to out of town retail parks,maybe the high streets will benefit...and we will see a slowdown of boarded up shops.
    The hauliers and delivery networks of course are under pressure,but we know that the large supermarkets are making huge profs on food and could easily absorb some of the rises.
    Before the National rail strikes in the 70s,much of the freight was moved by rail,maybe there should be a determined effort to take the lorries off the motorways and go back to that.
    Successive governments have relied on petrol tax revenue to balance their books.
    None have ever looked back and its not a prospect no matter how strong the protests.
    The continued world demands for oil has been as much a part of the increases in petrol as a finished product.
    I have seen even in Russia and Ukraine the price of a litre is now around 1 -4 years ago it was 50p.
    In the US too they are paying around 3 quid a gallon in some states.
    The long term solution is investment in electric and battery cars-something the UK has been very slow to recognise.
    Lets be honest,the fuel demonstrations are never going to make a difference-they never have.

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