The Chancellor last announced a fuel duty freeze back in August, a move that Treasury figures suggest will have cost the Exchequer approximately £550 million.
But officials said that loss would be recovered by underspending in Government departments.
Figures in the Autumn Statement are expected to show how the fuel duty freeze has been paid for.
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