PETROL DROPPED TO 99.9p AT FCUKING LAST!!

#1
Says it all really.

Dropped by Asda, and Morrisons :) I'm sure the others will follow.
 
#3
and for how long?

bet gordon puts a surcharge on petrol to pay for the banking bailout.
 
#5
DrStealth said:
and for how long?

bet gorden puts a surcharge on petrol to pay for the banking bailout.

Not so sure.
I think we will see consistent falls in fuel prices to reinforce the illsuion that Mr Brown knows what he is doing in the run upto an election.
He'll destroy whats left of the economy to do it though, he won't cut spending on shite. We will just end up with a public debt beyond all immagination
 
#7
vvaannmmaann said:
Where are smudge?In Morrisons at Hastings it was 104.9 two hours ago!
I dunno? It was a newsflash on news24 at the time I posted this. It may take a bit of time for the prices to change??
 
#8
jagman said:
DrStealth said:
and for how long?

bet gorden puts a surcharge on petrol to pay for the banking bailout.

Not so sure.
I think we will see consistent falls in fuel prices to reinforce the illsuion that Mr Brown knows what he is doing in the run upto an election.
He'll destroy whats left of the economy to do it though, he won't cut spending on shite. We will just end up with a public debt beyond all immagination
Price of oil has dropped significantly and I don't think he'd get away with increasing duty at the moment.
 
#10
seeing as the recent hike in gas and leccy prices was due to the unprecedented cost of oil I am pleased that they must be going down too.....







I'll believe it when I fcuking see it!
 
#11
smudge67 said:
vvaannmmaann said:
Where are smudge?In Morrisons at Hastings it was 104.9 two hours ago!
I dunno? It was a newsflash on news24 at the time I posted this. It may take a bit of time for the prices to change??
They normally do the changes at midnight - ala budget.
 
#12
Great
 
#13
bensonby said:
seeing as the recent hike in gas and leccy prices was due to the unprecedented cost of oil I am pleased that they must be going down too.....
They'll start going down in the next few months too, according to someone I know who works at Scottish Power. That's why they're so desperate to push fixed tariffs at the moment.
 
#14
Basildon BP was 99.9P a litre of Unleaded at 17:00 this evening, a nice suprise on the way home. Havent checked around Medway Area yet. Anyone in Medway seen it drop yet?
 
#15
I bought a Subway sandwich recently and due to 'fuel costs' was charged an extra 20p to have it toasted. 8O

Not holding my breath on whether they'll now abolish it!
 
#19
Its still £1.06 in tesco per LTR
 
#20
FatBoyGeorge said:
Yes that's right, the price of crude oil has dropped by over 25% in the last few moths making it cheaper than it was a year ago, but they drop the price at the pumps by around 10%. Just to make us happy and forget about the days when we were paying 86p per litre only a few years ago.
It's much more than 25%, it's $147 down to just about $80, it isn't far off 50%...
 

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