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Supermarkets “slash” fuel prices as crude oil price tumbles

In the uncertainty of Brexit and the UK’s political mess, it’s a welcome distraction to hear that fuel prices are being “slashed” by supermarkets. The move by major supermarket fuel suppliers including Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons has seen 1p a

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UK Fuel prices hit 18 month high – Diesel up £10 a tank

According to a report by the RAC  the price of petrol and diesel has risen to its highest level since July 2015. December alone saw a 3p price hike following the production cuts announced by Opec which will see oil production

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Fuel prices could go on the rise as world oil demand increases

The oil cartel Opec has upgraded its forecast for world oil demand raising concerns that motorists could soon be paying more at the pumps. The cartel which represents 12 of the world’s leading oil producing nations has expects oil consumption to

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UK hits back at OPEC’s claim that we are to blame for rise in fuel prices

Britain hit back at suggestions made by Abdalla el-Badri, secretary-general of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), that the government is responsible for record fuel prices. El-Badri said in an interview with the Times newspaper that pump prices reflect U.K.

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Truckers plan fuel protests over soaring fuel prices

The spectre of trucks blockading streets in protest at record fuel prices – on top of student and public-sector worker demonstrations – will be raised tomorrow when the haulage industry unveils a campaign to force government to halt rises in

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