With the cheapest local litre of U/L now ringing in at 95.9, is it time for people to show their dissaproval again?
It seems that protest is the only way to get what you want. I believe that if you give them an inch, they will take a yard :x
It looks like it's going to top the £1 mark this time, at the rate it's going, and the treasury is STILL raking in it's fuel taxes at the same rate. My local Esso is charging 98.9 for U/L AND derv!! In some places, the diesel ltr is [U cheaper than U/L. Profiteering?