9 February 2011 Press release: Would a fuel-duty stabiliser really be fair?
In a new report commissioned by Green Alliance, the Policy Studies Institute (PSI) examines the long-term impact on the public finances of the previous government’s decision to abandon fuel duty increases. A key finding of the report is that there is a clear, long-term upward trend in crude oil prices. Consequently, for a fuel-duty stabiliser not to be a burden on the taxpayer, it needs to be based on the acknowledgement of a continued steady increase in petrol prices.
15 June 2010 Press release: Making aviation pay its way
A briefing from Green Alliance, which recommends raising aviation taxation, removing the disparity with road fuel taxation, contributing to the government's fiscal strategy and helping to take the pressure off income tax.