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Post by Brilec » 05 Oct 2004, 04:02

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If the government were to reduce the tax on veg oil used for road vehicles then the rest of us would still have to pay more.
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There is actually a 20pence per litre reduction in fuel tax for bio fuels.

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Post by bxbodger » 05 Oct 2004, 20:09

When i put my 46p/litre Lidl cooking oil in the tank, I have already paid some tax on it- thats good enough for me: I don't want to pay more tax on top of tax I have already paid!!!!!!!
A 20p/litre reduction in the tax rate is not really enough to encourage anyone- this from the government that removed MIRAS, married mans tax allowance, created the conditions to double council tax, grrrr, now i'm raging, its worse than the pub!!!