Brown spins the Government out of a fuel crisis

Chancellor Gordon Brown revealed himself as a politically deft operator in November. In his pre-Budget report, 1 he announced cuts in fuel and vehicle excise duty costing £2 billion - but tied them to low-sulphur fuels, scrappage allowances for dirty lorries and other environmental measures.

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