Quentin Willson, the national spokesman for the FairFuelUK campaign group has said today that the Chancellor's u-turn on a fuel duty increase was "democracy at its best". Mr Willson responded to the announcement:
"The Government has listened and have acted for the good of struggling consumers across the UK. This is democracy at its very best where a Government and a Chancellor can review decisions, and act with fairness and common sense".
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