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More High Pump Price Protests Are Inevitable

More High Pump Price Protests Are Inevitable: Garage Forecourts should NOT be charging more than £1.65p per litre for Petrol or higher than £1.75p for Diesel. From 2016 up until the Covid lockdown years, the average wholesale price difference to pump prices was traditionally10 to 12p per litre. Since 2019 that yearly average has nearly…
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UK government to support PumpWatch

UK government to support PumpWatch: Boris Johnson and Grant Shapps, at last see PumpWatch as a Solution to the Cost of Living Crisis. Last 3 Years Pump Profits have Doubled. Why? Updated figures originated from RAC Foundation and FairFuelUK on May 27th Image credit: RAC Foundation and FairFuelUK To prevent any doubt, it is FairFuelUK’s…
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MPs Want Diesel & Petrol Pump Profits Checked

MPs Want Diesel & Petrol Pump Profits Checked: MP states: “Oil barons are the new oligarchs raking in billions of excess profits” Headlines: Unchecked oil bosses better than doubled forecourt profits in the previous 3 years sparking calls for price cuts by MPs. Retail and wholesale analyses by campaigners, FairFuelUK show companies make 126 per…
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An additional £500m stripped from Drivers in 1 Month

An additional £500m stripped from Drivers in 1 Month: Grant Shapps & Rishi Sunak Can Stop Atrocious Fuel Supply Chain Profiteering & Lower Cost of Living Here is evidence that Pump Prices are definitely 14p to 19p higher than they should be. And an additional 1/2 a billion pounds has been robbed from drivers by…
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Family Car Being Fleeced £10 at Each Fill Up

Family Car Being Fleeced £10 at Each Fill Up: When Will Government Wake Up to The Chronic Profiteering in the Fuel Supply Chain‘s & its Impact on the Cost of Living? The staggering exploitation and greediness shown by oil companies and fuel wholesalers exceed belief. Prices at the pumps should now be 15p to 20p…
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BP/Shell Rub Fiscal Salt into Already ‘Drained Wallets’

BP/Shell Rub Fiscal Salt into Already ‘Drained Wallets’: Shell and BP getting richer and richer whilst UK Consumers and Drivers get poorer. UK’s biggest oil companies raked in £10.2bn in just 3 months last year. Shockingly the two firms have had £660m in tax credit handouts in the last five years too   “It will…
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