Sajid vows to freeze fuel duty

Sajid today vows to freeze fuel duty for at least two more years - while launching Britain’s drive to ‘net-zero’ emissions.

Sajid Javid today vows to freeze fuel duty - while launching Britain’s drive to ‘net-zero’ emissions.

The Sun reports that the pledge would save millions of motorists £150 a year.

Sajid insists that while it’s critical the Government targets zero-carbon by 2050, hard-working Brits who rely on the car shouldn’t be punished.

Sajid said: “People drive because they don’t have other transport options, and they need to make a living, pick up the kids from school, and bring groceries back from the supermarket. Delivering vital green infrastructure will take time. Whilst we’re doing that, I’m not going to make life more difficult for hard-working families"