Shadow chancellor Ed Balls said George Osborne had been making "nods and winks" on fuel duty over the past 24 hours to dissuade Tory MPs from joining Labour in voting against the 3p rise today.
I would say to Conservative MPs, I wouldn't take a nod or a wink from this Chancellor as sufficient. I would want to make a clear statement to my constituents - this is the wrong thing to do and I am going to vote with Labour.
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