Some of the Lib-Dem election material I've been told about in Henley seems to be claiming the Lib-Dems want to help the hard pressed motorist and those in fuel poverty!
Not sure how this claim stacks up with their actions in the last Labour Budget in March this year. When Labour proposed a 2p rise in fuel duty the Lib-Dems did not even call for a vote on it. On May 15 their MPs could have contested it again in the Public Bills Committee on Provision to Change Duties, but again they did not. The Lib Dems in Westminster have twice let pass an opportunity to vote against fuel duty increase.
How then can they claim to want to help the hard pressed motorist. Maybe they should get a copy of Collins Dictionary and start looking up "Hypocrite" themselves.
Actions speak louder than words!
UKIP the only party that Dare to be different!