Government fuel taxation policy is fleecing Ireland’s motorists and road hauliers who are not enjoying the real benefits of plummeting oil prices, according to industry representatives.
Crude oil plunged a further 6.5 per cent on Friday to below $70 per barrel, the lowest price since 2010, after Opec countries decided not to cut their oil output.
That threatens to leave a glut of oil on world markets. Nevertheless, despite the fact that crude oil is down...
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