Petrol prices: Budget fuel duty cut call to chancellor

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This week the cost of petrol kept rising and hit £1.37 for unleaded fuel, but some argue a duty cut in this month's Budget could bring in more money to the Treasury.

Adam Fleming spoke to Robert Welch, managing director of private tour firm Small Car Big City, Conservative MP Robert Halfon and John Whiting from the Chartered Institute of Taxation.

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