Budget

Spring Statement

Spring Statement: Industry responds

Mar 24, 2022Comments off

Yesterday, 23rd March 2022, Rishi Sunak delivered his Spring Statement. In it he stated that fuel duty will be cut by 5p until March 2023,

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Industry demands government to take urgent ...

Mar 15, 2022Comments off

Thousands of hauliers are being urged by the RHA to write to their MPs to ask for urgent action on fuel prices ahead of the

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Budget 2021 response

Mar 04, 2021Comments off

From Freeports to Fuel Duty and insurance, there was a lot in the Budget that had impact on fleets, logistics and transport. Below are some

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Industry calls on Chancellor not to raise f...

Feb 22, 2021Comments off

The haulage industry is stepping up the pressure on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to freeze or cut fuel duty. He is rumoured to be considering a

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Budget 2020: Industry reaction and comment

Mar 11, 2020Comments off

Edmund King, AA president, described the Budget as a ‘Budget to keep Britain moving and gets us out of a hole’ and added: “Putting more

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Will the government’s new budget commit t...

Mar 04, 2020Comments off

Next week the government will produce its first budget since winning the keys to Number 10. Given the extensive damage caused to Britain’s roads following a succession of

Autumn Budget leaves companies in a quandry...

Nov 01, 2018Comments off

The Autumn budget statement delivered good news for some – but left in limbo many businesses that rely on vehicles to keep staff and goods

The Chancellor is still leaving us in the d...

Oct 30, 2018Comments off

Responding to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget, Matt Dyer, Managing Director of LeasePlan UK, said: On the economic outlook: “Britain’s impending departure from the EU is

Lex Autolease Budget reaction

Oct 30, 2018Comments off

Lex Autolease respond on WLTP correlation, the impack on BiK rates and the absence of Company Car Tax bands post 2020/21 Commenting on WLTP correlation

Budget 2018: Industry and business response

Oct 30, 2018Comments off

Yesterday, Phillip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, gave his final Budget before Brexit in March 2019. The general consensus would seem that the Chancellor didn’t