Theresa May confirms fuel duty freeze

James Murray
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Prime Minister's conference speech completely ignores environmental issues

Theresa May today used her Conservative Party Conference speech to confirm the government will freeze fuel duty for a ninth year at the upcoming Budget, sparking criticism from green groups. In what...

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