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AA queries retailers over fuel prices


DRIVERS are paying out more at the pumps for petrol despite a dip in world oil prices, according to the AA. Yet the need for fair pricing on forecourts has been largely ignored by politicians during the General Election campaign, the motoring group said. Its figures showed the price of oil was 5% lower per barrel in the first two weeks of April 2015 than in the first two weeks of March 2015. But average UK petrol prices rose from 111.92p a litre in mid-March to 113.29p a litre in mid-April. Diesel also rose, with average prices going up from 118.19p in mid-March to 118.83p in mid-April. Across the UK, the cheapest petrol, averaging 113.1p a litre, was currently available in London, in south east England and in Yorkshire and Humberside. Scotland had the most expensive petrol, averaging 113.8p a ...

Bentleys 'the least reliable cars'


BENTLEYS and Porsches may be posh but they are prone to break down more than other cars, according to a s...

Fastest law-breaker in Wales clocked at 136mph


FOUR drivers were caught by police travelling in excess of 120mph in Wales last year, with the most shock...

Supreme court considers UK air pollution breaches


GOVERNMENT obligations to reduce levels of nitrogen dioxide in outdoor air come under the spotlight at th...

Officer 'almost caused collision'


A POLICE OFFICER has been disciplined after a near-collision with a motorist in Belfast city centre. A me...

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