Chancellor starts off reform of transport, energy taxes

The first step in a potentially significant shift in transport taxes was taken in the Budget on 16 March - though a Treasury claim about the impact of higher fuel duty on carbon dioxide emissions appears to be wildly optimistic. Another important move was the announcement of a high-level task force to look at taxation of industrial and commercial energy use. But decisions on taxes on quarrying and water pollution have been deferred.

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