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If the government cut the tax on fuel it would only have to increase it elsewhere to balance the books and as much of our society appears to be paid for with borrowed money where does that leave us. Creeks and paddles are words that come to mind.
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Tesco are going down to 132.9 for diesel but with this offer it will be worth shopping there as well.
(Too bloody late for me - I've already filled up! )
Anything Tesco can do:
Morrisons can do better
Quote: I paid £1.22 a litre yesterday
Looks good, but I cannot justify driving up to Manchester / Salford Quays just to get cheap petrol ( unless you have moved to the Crawley area in West Sussex )
I am of the UK next week and while we pay €1.48 a litre for diesal here (and it it is due to go down by 8-10% according to the press) and I paid €1.30 in France two weeks ago, I will be paying €1.72 in the UK.
Maybe things are not to bad here......
It looks as if a full tank is required when we get on the boat !!!!
Quote: 58% of the petrol price (on average) is tax, in the UK.
It's actually 64% on Unleaded, 62% on Diesel and 63% on LPG
Depends on the price. I got my figure from here.
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