A Bill to Reduce the Gasoline Tax Consumers Pay
Article 1: Citizens of the United Kingdom pay a higher gasoline tax than citizens
in any other country in the world.
Article 2: The gasoline tax will be frozen at its current rate for the next five years
as of May 2005.
Article 3: A panel of experts, representing industry and environmentalists, will convene
to study the gasoline tax and consider ways to make it more fair.
Article 4: A year from now, this panel will recommend a new gasoline tax to replace the
current one. This tax should be designed to discourage emission of greenhouse
gasses, while also giving more transportation freedom to businesses and individuals.
Article 5: The House of Commons will vote on this new gasoline tax a year from now.
The Conservative Party