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A new study says that by 2016, millions of people in England won't be able to afford fuel.

Campaigners for fairer fuel prices were expected to be in Parliament today urging the Government to cut fuel tax duty and to scrap any further rises. According to the AA the average cost of petrol had soared to 137.79p a litre and diesel had risen to 144.92p, putting pressure on both haulage and domestic motorists.

Matt Cardy