Clause 16 — Rates and rebates from September 2009

Part of Bill Presented – in the House of Commons at 4:15 pm on 13th May 2009.

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Photo of Robert Smith Robert Smith Member, Procedure Committee, Member, Unopposed Bills (Panel), Member, Energy and Climate Change Committee, Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Commons, Opposition Whip (Commons) 4:15 pm, 13th May 2009

What the hon. Gentleman is identifying is the fact that fuel duty is a very crude method of sending an environmental message to motorists. Does he think that, in the long run, the best way of smoothing this out and sending that signal to motorists will be to move towards introducing road user pricing, not fuel duty, as a mechanism? That will also deal with the rural and haulage issues, as well as the level playing field issues.

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