Shadow treasury minister Cathy Jamieson confirmed Labour would vote for a delay in the fuel duty increase amid warnings of "unprecedented" rising costs to households.
Families, pensioners and businesses are still feeling the squeeze. Labour will vote on Monday for a delay in this fuel duty increase at least until next April.
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