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MPs to debate delaying January fuel duty rise until April

Labour will force a Commons vote on Monday in the hope that a planned 3p per litre rise in fuel duty in January will be postponed.

Shadow chancellor Ed Balls revealed the bid to delay the rise for at least three months in a message on a political website.

He said putting off the increase would ease pressure on households.

Ed Thomas reports.

  • 09 Nov 2012