Published: 12 March 2013
Ahead of this month’s budget (20 March), over 100 MPs joined FairFuelUK (FFUK) and its backers at Parliament to show their support for a cut in fuel duty.
FFUK founder Peter Carroll said: "It exceeded all of our expectations by a huge margin. It was an enormously positive event with 45 Conservative and 40 Labour MPs, along with Liberal Democrat MPs showing their support."
RHA head of policy Jack Semple said: "It demonstrates the momentum that FFUK has built up at Westminster. All of [the MPs] were very supportive and they’re aware of the impact that fuel duty has on their constituents."