Howard may back peaceful fuel protests
I've been totally supportive up until now (perhaps blindly) but I think this reeks of opportunism. Would he really lower the tax on petrol (though he's right the increase shouldn't proceed)? Should we shelter the market from the price of fuel?
Furthermore supermarkets would have to promote local food helping many rural and farming communities rather than being able to play parts of the country in the far north and the far south off against each other due to the negligible effect of transportation costs.
Why should some be able to disrupt the productive and law-abiding lives of many as they did last time?