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Cornish Drivers Hope for Good News in Mini Budget
1:34pm 5th December 2012
(Updated 1:34pm 5th December 2012)
The Channcellor has confirmed some good news for Cornish drivers in his mini budget.
George Osborne has announced he is delaying a 3p a litre rise in petrol prices due in January.
Cameron McQuarrie's MD at Truro haulage firm Macsalvors. He said: "We're in a catch 22. Work is still very short which puts pressure on prices we can charge. We're not able to charge any more so it's another cost that just has to be absorbed. At some point you can not continue just absorbing increase after increase after increase.".
The Chancellor also announced £5bn to be spent on schools, science and transport.
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