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Fair Fuel UK campaign reaches 100,000 votesBack

The rising cost of fuel has urged motorists to get involved with the Fair Fuel UK’s campaign.

Fair Fuel UK is a company that was set up by Peter Carroll who is the man behind the Ghurkha Justice Campaign, which was widely publicised and produced effective results.

Over 100,000 people are now behind the Fair Fuel campaign which publicly protests about the spiralling cost of fuel in this country.

More than 100,000 signatures have been added to the government’s e-petition site which has put pressure on the government to have a parliamentary debate to discuss the issue further.

Some of the larger motoring companies backing the campaign include A.I.D. Fuel Card Services, RAC, FTA and the RHA, all of which are urging the government to scrap its planned fuel duty increase scheduled for January and August 2012. They are also looking for a way to stabilise petrol prices for the foreseeable future.

Campaigners who felt strongly about the campaign turned up at the Tory Party conference in Manchester last week to air their views. Mr Carroll himself a former haulier stated “We went to the conference because this issue is crucial. In the end, the only people who can solve the fuel price issue are the MP’s.”

“Passing the 100,000 mark is really historic because this initiative from the government has only been going about 10 weeks and we managed to get to the 100,000 mark in about eight weeks.”

“The price of petrol and diesel is the issue, which is hurting every family and every business every time they fill up their tank. My belief is that it is vital for politicians to listen to what’s actually hurting the people on the ground.”

Posted by Leana Kell on 18/10/2011