UK: Fleets hit hard as fuel prices rocket
FLEETS are paying tens of thousands of pounds more for their fuel than they were six months ago - prompting renewed calls for UK Chancellor Gordon Brown to reduce fuel duty. Increases in the cost of crude oil mean higher prices at the pumps - and an estimated £1 billion tax windfall for the Exchequer, which siphons off more than 80% of the price of a gallon.
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