Logistics UK makes new plea for cut in fuel duty


Logistics UK has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer urging him to cut fuel duty in next week's budget, in order to provide hauliers with financial stability while they transition to cleaner alternatives.

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is expected to announce tax rises and spending cuts totalling up to GBP60 billion on 17 November as he aims to address the black hole in the public finances.

But Logistics UK said he should introduce a "dynamic taxation model", which reduces fuel [...]

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