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It's now only a few weeks away from the deadline and what have
we noticed? Is the taxation on fuel reducing? No, the Government
have made fleeting comments on its meetings with representatives
of the Hauliers and Farming industries but nothing has changed..
From the mountains of e-mails I receive it's painfully obvious
that you, like myself have had enough of all the pointless
drivel we are forced to listen to when a member of the
Government actually doe's step forward and comment. The
Chancellor is digging in, the pathetic gestures of reducing road
fund licence in rural postcodes is an insult. If this happens in
order to deflect any further protests then we motorists will be
totally sideswiped and left for dead.
We have many Hauliers and Farmers supporting our campaign and
when I speak to them it is painfully clear that they want lower
fuel costs across the board. It is the Government who will need
to balance the effect on their leadership if they just do
nothing and allow the protests to resume on the 14th November.
Gordon Brown is aware of his options; he also has one eye on the
leadership and realises how he handles the fuel taxation issue
will be a severe test of his ability to be take control of the
party. It would appear that the Labour party is betting on the
people of this country to stand by them at the next general
election even though the fuel taxation issue has caused them so
much damage, it feels the only viable alternative in the
Conservative party is really no threat to it's leadership.
What we are dealing with a Government that really cares very
little for the people, a Government that spends it's time
deflecting important issues and continues to drag us all
screaming if necessary, along its own path with little, or no
thought for the electorate. We must not allow the Government to
get away with this; I am trying all I can to keep the fuel tax
issue as high profile as possible. We all must stay unified and
support the campaign, we will not just dissolve and go away
quietly, before we know it Labour will be campaigning for our
votes, just ask your self one question? Would you employ someone
who afforded you the same degree of respect?
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