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I know this isn't "cheap" but it is the "cheapest" you will find.....

Come on guys you know this is quite possibly the cheapest in the country!! Extra 2.5% NOT added on yet although was told it will be going on there tonight! So be quick!
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#1
770 mile round trip for me and I get about 550 miles from a tank full, spose I better take a few jerry cans.
#2
its 120.9p in south shields :P lol
[helper]#3
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#4
our local petrol station (murco) is 127.9 at the moment :(
#5
ccangel
its 120.9p in south shields :P lol


Even better and its 200 miles less for me to travel :)
[helper]#6
Btw......This time 2 years ago a litre of unleaded was 83p, this time last year it was 107p and now 125p - expect to be paying 145p a litre this time next year!!!! :(
#7
JPS
Btw......This time 2 years ago a litre of unleaded was 83p, this time last year it was 107p and now 125p - expect to be paying 145p a litre this time next year!!!! :(


pure craziness i tell u!!!
banned 4 Likes #8
I wonder if everyone in the UK refused to fill up for just one day, how much billions the petrol companies could lose, and if we refused to fill up for a week, they would probabbly lose billions. We in England are a soft touch, if this happened anywhere else around the world, forget strikes, there would be rioting on the streets. Its not thier fault, its out fault for allowing this to happen and accepting it and failing to protest. Its a compete Joke!
#9
Paid 118 a litre petrol in ASDA Kettering on Monday
2 Likes #10
French would'nt stand for it.
As said earlier we are too soft
#11
Roccostan
I wonder if everyone in the UK refused to fill up for just one day, how much billions the petrol companies could lose, and if we refused to fill up for a week, they would probabbly lose billions. We in England are a soft touch, if this happened anywhere else around the world, forget strikes, there would be rioting on the streets. Its not thier fault, its out fault for allowing this to happen and accepting it and failing to protest. Its a compete Joke!


Looks like either way they're gonna lose some billions! :P
#12
Roccostan
I wonder if everyone in the UK refused to fill up for just one day, how much billions the petrol companies could lose, and if we refused to fill up for a week, they would probabbly lose billions. We in England are a soft touch, if this happened anywhere else around the world, forget strikes, there would be rioting on the streets. Its not thier fault, its out fault for allowing this to happen and accepting it and failing to protest. Its a compete Joke!

They'd lose a lot less that the Government, that's for sure!!

By all means moan, but do it in the right direction - Fuel Duty and VAT
#13
JPS
Btw......This time 2 years ago a litre of unleaded was 83p, this time last year it was 107p and now 125p - expect to be paying 145p a litre this time next year!!!! :(

expect it before then, more duty going on in april, oil unlikely to come down, we will never see the sub £1 litre again :(
#14
was 119 at asda on Monday
#15
£1.28 in Sudbury Suffolk
1 Like #16
Seriously lets all try it, dont buy fuel for afew day and they will have to cut there prices. Time to play them at there own game!
#17
I've seen 135.9 for diesel in London yesterday - standar is 130.9 for diesel here now :(
#18
Diesel 78p here.....Slightly red in colour though. hehe
#19
Everyone needs to boycot a single company. Everyone needs fuel everyday, theres no way around it, but if everyone stopped using one of the major suppliers. ie BP, Shell or Esso, they will soon reduce there prices to get custom back. All the other suppliers would have to reduce to compete then. When it starts creeping back up again then start the boycot. It sounds simple but its getting people to do it, but with the power of the Internet it could be done !!
1 Like #20
With everyone moaning about the VAT rise I couldnt believe what I saw today as a Morrisons petrol station was busy charging 123.9p for unleaded where as a Shell station directly across the road was charging 120.9p and was not busy........Both in Paisley

If people were bothered about VAT and prices no one would be using that Morrisons station at all
#21
the high price of fuel in this country is down to the low fibre of the british public, Camerons puppets lol lol
#22
France is €1.41 (£1.20) for unleaded and €1.27 (£1.08) for diesel. So not much different for petrol but with cheaper diesel.

I think they have less tax on diesel due to truck protests while we have an increasing demand for diesel which supply can't keep up with as people are looking for more efficient cars as prices increase.
#23
Just paid 138.9 for super in Loughborough as I didnt have enough to get back to Leics... ouch!
suspended#24
If all diesel cars go and drive on Veg Oil than the price of diesel soon come down as well.
#25
soccergoods
If all diesel cars go and drive on Veg Oil than the price of diesel soon come down as well.


not all diesels can run on biofuel so no it won't, they''ll just find some way of taxing veggie oil extra hard and that was avg 130 a litre in tesco tday.
#26
Roccostan
I wonder if everyone in the UK refused to fill up for just one day, how much billions the petrol companies could lose, and if we refused to fill up for a week, they would probabbly lose billions. We in England are a soft touch, if this happened anywhere else around the world, forget strikes, there would be rioting on the streets. Its not thier fault, its out fault for allowing this to happen and accepting it and failing to protest. Its a compete Joke!


Agreed maybe we should set a date?
#27
where i am it's £1.28 - £1.29 per litre....


Edited By: lilmisstrouble on Jan 06, 2011 09:41: typos
[helper]#28
Roccostan
I wonder if everyone in the UK refused to fill up for just one day, how much billions the petrol companies could lose, and if we refused to fill up for a week, they would probabbly lose billions. We in England are a soft touch, if this happened anywhere else around the world, forget strikes, there would be rioting on the streets. Its not thier fault, its out fault for allowing this to happen and accepting it and failing to protest. Its a compete Joke!
Nice idea but come on.....do you really believe all the people getting around the country are not going to buy fuel for a whole day? Crazy to even think that would work. People have places to be, simple as. Boycotting one retailer and protesting is a good way forward but even then the government don't want to know.....
1 Like #29
JPS
Roccostan
I wonder if everyone in the UK refused to fill up for just one day, how much billions the petrol companies could lose, and if we refused to fill up for a week, they would probabbly lose billions. We in England are a soft touch, if this happened anywhere else around the world, forget strikes, there would be rioting on the streets. Its not thier fault, its out fault for allowing this to happen and accepting it and failing to protest. Its a compete Joke!

Nice idea but come on.....do you really believe all the people getting around the country are not going to buy fuel for a whole day? Crazy to even think that would work. People have places to be, simple as. Boycotting one retailer and protesting is a good way forward but even then the government don't want to know.....


Actually it is possible because people could all just fill up a day earlier... that would cause some nice chaos for all the staff..... they'll be short staffed and won't be able to handle all the customers and will have to shut then no one will go there the next day mwhahahahahha.
Also people could share lifts for just one day...


Edited By: lilmisstrouble on Jan 06, 2011 09:43: because peope shouldn't all in sick lol
#30
stethorn
Everyone needs to boycot a single company. Everyone needs fuel everyday, theres no way around it, but if everyone stopped using one of the major suppliers. ie BP, Shell or Esso, they will soon reduce there prices to get custom back. All the other suppliers would have to reduce to compete then. When it starts creeping back up again then start the boycot. It sounds simple but its getting people to do it, but with the power of the Internet it could be done !!

100% agree - How about group petrol garages into blocks of 10 - That's all of High Wycombe or half of Oxford or wherever. Then the first one that puts its prices up gets boycotted for two weeks by all of us savvy consumers - 50 litres x 500 people x 2 weeks @ £1.30 = £65,000 lost income - should make them think twice.
#31
lilmisstrouble
JPS
Roccostan
I wonder if everyone in the UK refused to fill up for just one day, how much billions the petrol companies could lose, and if we refused to fill up for a week, they would probabbly lose billions. We in England are a soft touch, if this happened anywhere else around the world, forget strikes, there would be rioting on the streets. Its not thier fault, its out fault for allowing this to happen and accepting it and failing to protest. Its a compete Joke!
Nice idea but come on.....do you really believe all the people getting around the country are not going to buy fuel for a whole day? Crazy to even think that would work. People have places to be, simple as. Boycotting one retailer and protesting is a good way forward but even then the government don't want to know.....
Actually it is possible because people could all just fill up a day earlier... that would cause some nice chaos for all the staff..... they'll be short staffed and won't be able to handle all the customers and will have to shut then no one will go there the next day mwhahahahahha.Also people could share lifts for just one day or get the bus for one day or call in sick for one day? :D

Or say a bunch of ten people simply turn up and buy a bar of chocolate each and then ask for a refund during the rush hour
#32
Running on veg oil is a good idea, however it is illegal and if caught you would be prosecuted/fined for not paying fuel duty on it. Such is our just and fair country.

Because of the fear lots of people will do this, the price of cooking oil usually goes up as well, which is a sod if you are partial to an omelette or a fry up. (_;)

Edited By: TheCabbit on Jan 05, 2011 23:42
#33
TheCabbit
Running on veg oil is a good idea, however it is illegal and if caught you would be prosecuted/fined for not paying fuel duty on it. Such is our just and fair country.


Not true. You can use up to 2500L of Veg Oil for road use. After this amount duty has to be paid on the whole amount.
#34
The trouble is, even if everyone boycotted one or all fuel stations for a day, most if not all would carry on travelling as normal. They'd still use the same amount of fuel, so the net effect to the government would be low if not zero, and minimal to the fuel company who would just get more trade in the following or preceding days...
#35
rhodyate
the high price of fuel in this country is down to the low fibre of the british public, Camerons puppets lol lol


No it's due to the massive debt those Labour idiots left behind :(
banned#36
Ok let's do this! We need to set up face book pages to het nationwide support i would suggest we can boycott each fuel company on differing day of the week? Etc... Can someone setup the page please.
banned#37
Name it something like boycott a fuel giant for one day every week.
#38
Roccostan
Ok let's do this!
:Ok let's do this!
Right!

Roccostan
We need to set up face book pages to het nationwide support
:We need to set up face book pages to het nationwide support
Yes, right!!

Roccostan
i would suggest we can boycott each fuel company on differing day of the week?
:i would suggest we can boycott each fuel company on differing day of the week
OK then! Yes, yes!! I'm all excited now!!!

Roccostan
Can someone setup the page please.
:Can someone setup the page please
Oh :|

This was a great post if the quoting system was working :|





Edited By: deek72 on Jan 06, 2011 03:10
banned#39
deek72
:Ok let's do this!
Right!

:We need to set up face book pages to het nationwide support
Yes, right!!

:i would suggest we can boycott each fuel company on differing day of the week
OK then! Yes, yes!! I'm all excited now!!!

:Can someone setup the page please
Oh :|

This was a great post if the quoting system was working :|



Ok ive set up the facebook page called , "Boycott one fuel giant each day of the week" its created by Richard Smith and the photo is of the marxist revolutionary Che Guevara,, ok so lets drum up the support, what have we to lose, lets show these fatcats what the power of the internet can really do to them, please join my facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boycott-one-fuel-giant-each-day-of-the-week/136488783078328

Edited By: Roccostan on Jan 06, 2011 04:49: update
#40
Roccostan
deek72
:Ok let's do this!Right!:We need to set up face book pages to het nationwide supportYes, right!!:i would suggest we can boycott each fuel company on differing day of the weekOK then! Yes, yes!! I'm all excited now!!!:Can someone setup the page pleaseOh :|This was a great post if the quoting system was working :|
Ok ive set up the facebook page called , "Boycott one fuel giant each day of the week" its created by Richard Smith and the photo is of the marxist revolutionary Che Guevara,, ok so lets drum up the support, what have we to lose, lets show these fatcats what the power of the internet can really do to them, please join my facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Boycott-one-fuel-giant-each-day-of-the-week/136488783078328

I am not sure you have considered the logic of your plan.

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