The fuel protests that left OPEC smiling

Emotions come easy and heroes come cheap in Britain these days. The farmers and road hauliers who won such public acclaim for their fuel protests in September risked nothing and acted from nothing but naked economic self-interest: there were no high principles at stake, no bullets or batons to dodge, no legal consequences to fear.

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