Over the last few weeks local radio,national radio and tv have been warning us about the rise in petrol costs to the expected Â£1 a litre. It seems they are preparing joe public for the day when every forecourt will be selling our juice for the dreaded one pound sterling,which in the minds of some people is the day of the revolution. My local garage has been steadily increasing its prices by a penny a week,and it is now selling at 96.9 as of yesterday. During the fuel blockade I remember one gararge in Marlborough putting its prices up to Â£1.05 a litre, which at the time I thought the guy should have been done for profiteering,but alas no. I can't understand it sometimes,we're told there is world wide issues that affect our pump price,but as soon as this is mentioned garages put on the extra straight away,for fuel already under their forecourts and with duty already paid,am I misssing something or are we all used to the idea of a pound a litre.