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Ed Balls: Postponing fuel duty rise is the 'right thing to do'

The chancellor has announced that fuel duty will not rise in August as had been planned, in a decision that will cost the Treasury around £500m.

George Osborne told MPs his decision to postpone the tax rise until January should help "fuel recovery", but the shadow chancellor, Ed Balls, has accused him of yet another u-turn.