We’ve already had the bin thing today.
Now this. 13th May:
Within 24 hours of taking on the portfolio he confirmed the new administration would bring in a "fuel price stabiliser" which would see the taxes reduced if the price of oil rises sharply.
However fuel duties would rise if the cost of petrol and diesel fell.
Mr Hammond, who drives a Jaguar, sought to underline the new Government’s motorist-friendly credentials confirming a manifesto pledge that there would be no Whitehall cash for new fixed speed cameras.
All good – fuel duty stabiliser and death to speed cameras, right? Wrong.
Conservative plans to cut fuel duty when oil prices are high have been abandoned, leading to fears that motorists will be targeted.
TFI Drinkipoos time.