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Regular feature: Issue 448 27 Jul 2006

Is climate change moving to the top of the Tories' transport agenda?

Steven Norris wants to significantly increase the cost of motoring in Britain. Indeed, he envisages a world where, under a future Conservative Government, the cost of motor fuel could well be doubled in a decade, principally by the reintroduction of the fuel duty escalator mechanism introduced by Conservative Chancellor Kenneth Clarke in the 1990s but then abandoned by his New Labour successor Gordon Brown in 2000.

Now statements of intent like this are probably not what LTT readers are...

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