Government set to reduce fuel duty to battle against rising costs

The additional 1p rise announced by the Labour government, which was set to come into effect in April is expected to be cancelled and Treasury officials are trying to devise a longer-term fuel duty stabiliser. It would see duty go down as oil prices spike, and vice versa. 
Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander has also confirmed plans for a 5p cut in fuel duty in remote areas.
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