Since fuel prices have started going up (and have gone up at least 10p from where they were lowest), are the government going to abandon the 2p fuel tax rise?
Obviously not since the government just wants more of our money, but it would be the sensible thing to do, unless they want more hauliers going out of business, and higher supermarket prices, etc etc.
I suppose their excuse will be it will pull us out of deflation. But weren't they printing money for that?
New Labour are probably as confused as I am.