WHY is the Government still allowing diesel drivers to be ripped off as they fill up?
Wholesale prices are at a 15-month low.
Freezing fuel duty won’t make a difference to Britain’s drivers, if petrol forecourts keep profiteering[/caption]
But retailers now pocket 19p a litre profit instead of 9p last year.
The RAC says if just one major retailer did the right thing and cut prices to justifiable levels, rivals would follow suit.
But that is exactly the effect the Government could bring about permanently with a new Pumpwatch regulator to monitor and publicise prices.
Why did the Budget not mention it?
Out to Africa
FOR all the carping at the “unworkability” of the Rwanda migrants scheme, the African country has the capacity to take thousands who have landed here illegally.
But we suspect only a fraction of those places will be needed.
The concept of a deterrent confuses the Left.
Channel crossings will dry up.
But Labour remains so opposed it has absurdly declared Rwanda a “failure” before it has begun.
Blinkered ideology increasingly over-rules solutions in Keir Starmer’s party.
IMAGINE if the Tories suddenly raised the retirement age two years without a vote, defying parliament and triggering riots.
The Left would explode.
He gets a free pass.
As it happens, we agree with Macron.
If their pension system’s going bust, well, c’est la vie.
Licence to kill
A RISE of 8.2 per cent in the BBC licence could be the last straw for a skint public.
Millions are increasingly outraged at paying a mandatory tax on their TV in this modern era of multi-channel choice and subscription streaming.
It is madness that this broadcaster is still funded using a model devised a century ago.
So is the idea that the BBC cannot get by on the £3.7billion currently extracted from us each year and gifted to it by the State