Help us to make sure Boris Johnson Sticks to His Election Promise in Not Increasing Fuel Duty in the Budget
Dear FairFuelUK Supporter,
We are getting mixed messages from the Treasury regarding Fuel Duty, and that's why we need your help.
Despite Boris Johnson's pre-General Election promise not to hike Fuel Duty, it could still be increased in the March 11th Budget. This is a real possibility as Boris's all powerful advisor, Dominic Cummings, wants our Prime Minister to be seen much more as a green evangelist in the year the UK hosts COP26, thats the 2020 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
See Boris's Categorical Promise to continue to freeze duty, and an extract of our interview with him outraged at the UK's pump prices during the 2016 EU Referendum, in the video below or click to see it here
There is massive support from hundreds of MPs for continuing the 10 years freeze in Fuel Duty. We believe along with our backers that it's time for a cut in the world's highest motoring tax rate. This is supported by dozens of MPs too.
This is how you can help to make sure Boris sticks to his promise.
Please follow the instructions shown below very carefully, to send an email directly to the Treasury, the Chancellor and his top Ministerial team.
We have prepared a suggested email for you to send. It outlines why cutting fuel duty is indeed good for GDP, jobs, investment, consumer spending, inflation and even the environment. There is unequivocal proof that high taxes hit the economy negatively and reduce revenue to the Exchequer. The CEBR have independently shown this to be the case and we've added their honest summary analysis into the suggested email.
You will help UK's 37m drivers by sending this email, an email you can edit to your own writing style if required, and forward to all your friends, colleagues and anyone interested in getting a fairer deal for hard pressed drivers.
Thank you for your support. It really will make a huge difference.
Howard Cox and Quentin Willson FairFuelUK Founders
Here are the easy instructions to email Rishi Sunak MP, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Steve Barclay MP the Chief Secretary to the Treasury and Kemi Badenoch MP the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury
1. Scroll down and add your name and address. Please note your email will be ignored if you don't have your address completed. So, your address is essential to get the email acknowledged.
2. Scroll through the example email shown. You can edit, change the subject title and content to suit your style or simply send as shown.
3. Once you are happy complete the security question, by solving the easy sum using a numerical answer, and then press the 'Send Email' button
---------------------------------------- PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING BOXES IN ORDER TO SEND THE EMAIL TO THE TREASURY MINISTERS: