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robert xc. Why don't you nip down to Nelson's about 3am and nick a few gallons? Lend you some 5gall drums!!!

Hobbie, unfortunately how right you are re the british. If anyone does attempt to right a wrong, they are branded as S--- stirrers. Also point about a tax on top of a tax. This should have been killed stone dead from day one. I seem to remember that many years ago, either in Scotland or UK, it was illegal to tax something that was already subject to tax?? Anyone confirm this?? Sharkies comments are spot on.

There are large hauliers already gone to the wall, but their work has been taken over by other firms. Let it be known, some have packed in, others are running on money that is described as "Selling the family silver", ie selling assets bought or handed down from fore -bearers in byegone years. How would Brown & co, feel if they reached around 60yrs old, worked very hard all their lives to build up a decent, efficient haulage business. All this to go down the tubes because of a totally inflexable, ignorant Govt. If hauliers could pass on costs they would, but customers won't accept continual requests for higher rates. Supermarkets have their own trucks that cost the same or more than hauliers to run. But their increased fuel costs are collected at the checkouts. A few months and it will be harvest time . How are farmers going to afford fuel to dry the grain, especially if it's a wet harvest??

Robert, mentioned nelson as your name says you belong to the republic of Kelty. Must ask Jock Moore if he lives in the Republic of Kelty.

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robert xc. Why don't you nip down to Nelson's about 3am and nick a few gallons? Lend you some 5gall drums!!!

Hobbie, unfortunately how right you are re the british. If anyone does attempt to right a wrong, they are branded as S--- stirrers.

Nelson's? :confused:

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There is a benefit to this - it's a small one admittedly but I'm trying to look on the bright side of being shafted.

 

I put about £700 of diesel in various vehicles every week and I nearly have enough Nectar points now to buy a Mars Bar;)

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