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Stanlow protesters remain defiant despite low turn out

Today’s protest and go-slow at Stanlow fuel refinery was billed as the “mother of all fuel protests” (well by this site anyway). Estimates of up to 3000 people had been suggested causing traffic chaos on the roads. In reality the

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Stanlow Fuel protest today! [UPDATE]

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past 7 days, you will know that today is the Stanlow Fuel protest and go slow.   Our sources at the event will be keeping us up to date with

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Stanlow fuel protest & go slow, what you need to know [UPDATED]

With only 2 days until the Stanlow go-slow and fuel protest, we at Hypermiler.co.uk have compiled some “need to know” facts about the Sunday’s event. Where is it? Previous Stanlow protests have centered on blocking the roads around the fuel

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Stanlow Fuel protest and “go slow” planned for May 8th

More than 1,000 vehicles could be involved in the next round of protests at Stanlow Fuel refinery as support for the event swells to levels not seen before. In addition to the protest at Stanlow, a huge ‘go-slow’ protest is

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Fuel protesters keep up the pressure, Stanlow Refinery targeted tonight!

The fuel protesters targeting Stanlow Fuel Refinery will again be out in force this evening to ensure the fight against unfair fuel prices is kept alive. The planned “Go Slow” and protest will begin tonight at 7:30 sharp this evening at Chester

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Remote islands and rural areas could get cut in fuel duty, rest of us are forgotten

Fuel prices in the UK’s most remote areas could be slashed by five pence a litre, under new Government plans. At this stage the treasury can not confirm the cut for definite as EU clearance is required.  European law rules

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Stanlow Fuel protest a “Huge Success”

The second round of the Stanlow Fuel protests was deemed a huge success by the organiser Ian Charlesworth. With over 120 people and 80 cars, they managed to disrupt tanker movements from the refinery and blockaded the road for four

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