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Budget 2015: Scheduled increase in fuel duty scrapped

Date: 18 March 2015   |   Author:

The Government has cancelled the planned increase of 0.54 pence per litre increase in fuel duty scheduled for 1 September 2015.
The announcement was part of the Budget 2015 and the chancellor's last before the General Election in May.
By the end of 2015-16, fuel duty will have been frozen for five years, the longest freeze for more than two decades.
The chancellor said action taken on fuel duty since 2011 will save a typical motorist £675 by the end of 2015-16.