Fuel price cuts in the UK will largely benefit the SUV-driving elite

Alex Chapman writes for the Guardian

Alex Chapman wrote about the cuts to fuel duty in the Guardian:

While many among the UK’s poorest people drive, government data shows that about 40% of the poorest households do not own a car. At the other end of the spectrum, the richest households are on an SUV binge. The result is that the top fifth of households spend almost five times as much on motor fuel each year as the bottom fifth.”

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