The Labour leader Ed Miliband has told ITV News that the Government was "forced" to make a u-turn on fuel duty increases, due to its 'unpopularity' in the Commons.
Mr Miliband said that the Chancellor had not u-turned on what voters had "most objected to in the Budget."
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