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Public Sector

The OECD are watching

Written by | Posted on 02.12.2014

The OECD think that the environmental and social costs of company car use are inadequately reflected in the tax system.

New roads are long overdue

Written by | Posted on 01.12.2014

The case for new roads. New road building programme is long overdue, and the only way to get ahead.

Should we invest in new roads?

Written by | Posted on 27.11.2014

The case against new roads. Will anyone use them, who'll pay for them, and should we fix the ones we've got first?

Where’s the sacrifice?

Written by | Posted on 25.11.2014

How would you like a pay cut? But what if it actually made you better off?

Should all motoring tax be spent on roads?

Written by | Posted on 30.10.2014

A balance needs to be struck - motorists feel overtaxed, yet Government have underinvested in Britain’s infrastructure.

Digging the roads into deeper holes

Written by | Posted on 13.10.2014

The Government's short term approach taken towards the road repairs needed to put right the large numbers of potholes.

The cost of fuel duty cuts

Written by | Posted on 17.09.2014

The current Govermment has cut or frozen fuel duty to such an extent that it's 20% lower than planned at the last election. All of this is good news for motorists, right? Well, yes – on paper..

Diesel continues to do nicely [ Guest Blog]

Written by | Posted on 11.09.2014

The Great Diesel Debate [ part 3 ] The case for diesel

Can hate be good? [Guest blog]

Written by | Posted on 10.09.2014

The Great Diesel Debate [ part 2 ] The case against diesel

As Boris gets grilled, we fire up The Great Diesel Debate

Written by | Posted on 10.09.2014

We’ve invited two guest writers to make the case for and against diesel vehicles. Today, Mark Simpson makes the case against tomorrow, Nick Gibbs for them.