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Fuel firms accused of ‘rocket and feather pricing’ as petrol hits new high

Fuel retailers were accused of a “classic example of rocket and feather pricing” as the cost of petrol reached a new record.The RAC claimed significant reductions in wholesale costs for petrol mean companies have a “clear opportunity” to stop continuously hiking pump prices.Data firm Experian said the average price of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts reached a new high of 191.1p on Sunday.Diesel prices reached a record of 199.1p per litre on Saturday, before dropping slightly to 198.9p per litre a day later.Attending the G7 summit in Germany, Boris Johnson acknowledged that motorists were looking to the Government...
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No10 refuses to rule out a new cut to fuel duty as the average petrol price hits ANOTHER record of 191.1p a litre despite a 'significant' fall in wholesale cost with the RAC slamming fuel firms for 'rocket and feather pricing'

Downing Street has refused to rule out a second cut to fuel duty, as petrol prices reached a new record high today to heap yet more woe on UK families. As both unleaded and diesel approach an average of £2 per litre, No10 said it was keeping prices and the taxes paid by consumers under review.
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