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been up herris road to day ..whent pased the petrol station it is now £1.21 a litre

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On 23 APRIL 2008 Unleaded petrol cost 18 percent more than it did on 23 APRIL 2007.

 

That's a fact.

 

Same kind of petrol - same Sheffield petrol station.

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all stations I've driven past today showing £108.9. Gone up 3p a litre this week.

 

So what we gonna do about it - Nothing, we'll just pay it like all the other over taxed essentials in this country.

 

I think there are very interesting times ahead!!!

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I've just had a spam email from someone in the States advertising a product to save on fuel.

Believe it or not they are complaining about paying $4 a gallon for petrol, THAT'S £2 !!!

 

 

RIP OFF BRITAIN!!

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Does anyone honestly think that the price of fuel would drop if there was a change of government in the Uk.

The wholesale price of fuel on the world market is at an whole time high. Until OPEC decide among themselves to put more fuel into the system, it will carry on rising.

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Does anyone honestly think that the price of fuel would drop if there was a change of government in the Uk.

The wholesale price of fuel on the world market is at an whole time high. Until OPEC decide among themselves to put more fuel into the system, it will carry on rising.

 

This is true, but we do need to take back our deposits to the chines economy.

 

The fact is the price of oil is being artificially pumped up and in the long term it will be better for all of us.

 

At least don't this way there's no need of an opium war as was the previous practice.

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This is true, but we do need to take back our deposits to the chines economy.

 

The fact is the price of oil is being artificially pumped up and in the long term it will be better for all of us.

 

At least don't this way there's no need of an opium war as was the previous practice.

 

I know China has 1.3 trillion dollars invested in propping up the US National debt. Ref

 

What deposits do we have in the chinese economy?

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Available oil in the world will run out sooner than we think.

 

No sensible oil producing country will keep selling oil until the last drop runs out, they'll hang on to plenty of oil for their own future consumption.

 

We ain't seen nothing yet.

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Does anyone honestly think that the price of fuel would drop if there was a change of government in the UK ?

 

No - the Nasty Party are still a Nasty Party behind the scenes.

 

The Labour Party have done much better than any Nasty Party would have done over the past decade.

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Yes this is interesting because the tax here per liter is about 12 cents, so that makes the price of the actual gas at 91 cents per liter or 45 pence.

 

Here it's about 25p/L - Allowing for transport costs that still means the the government is taking a fat bite out of your ass when you fill up.

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Available oil in the world will run out sooner than we think.

 

No sensible oil producing country will keep selling oil until the last drop runs out, they'll hang on to plenty of oil for their own future consumption.

 

We ain't seen nothing yet.

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You think, take another look there's at least 300 years supply of standard oil, and virtually endless supplies of oil shale and the technology achieved now to extract it.

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