Brexit & EconomyPoliticsBudget 08: Fuel duty rise delayed until October

Budget 08: Fuel duty rise delayed until October

Proposed fuel duty has been postponed until the last quarter of the year

The proposed two pence fuel duty rise that was scheduled to take place in
April this year has been postponed until October this year.

The Chancellor said that this was to give people and business a chance to
adapt to the change.

It was also announced that fuel duty would rise by 0.5 pence per litre from
2010

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