The BBC's Raymond Buchanan has just tweeted that the SNP is jumping up and down about fuel duty, calling it a "poll tax on wheels" and "indiscriminate". Apparently this is part of their campaign for rural motorists.
They are right - a car is something you absolutely can't live without if you live in many far flung parts o Scotland. But what have they done about it?
As I pointed out a couple of weeks ago, the SNP Government is dragging its feet on this. George Lyon, Scottish Lib Dem MEP has been working to try to secure a deal from the EU to allow us to drop our duty in rural areas. It should be easily accmplished but the SNP Government at Holyrood is dragging its feet on its part of the effort.
Read more and join George's campaign here.