Fuel prices are set to rise by another 5p a litre before the end of the month as soaring cost of oil and weak pound leads to a 'double whammy' for drivers 

Motorists face inflation busting rises in the cost of petrol and diesel as the oil price soars and the pound sinks, industry experts warned last night.
The cost of filling up a typical family car has already risen by nearly £6.50 in the last seven months after unleaded jumped from around £1 a litre to more than 113p.
But the Petrol Retailers Association (PRA) said drivers should brace for prices at the pumps to rise by another 5p a litre by the end of the month – adding a further £2.75 to a tank of fuel.
Fuel prices have been pushed up by the rise in oil which hit a one-year high above $53... read more

11 October 2016 in Business, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail

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