Fuel retailers have suggested rising prices at the pumps are due to "speculation" by traders in the wholesale market.
Fuel retailers have suggested rising prices at the pumps are due to \"speculation\" by traders in the wholesale market.
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Petrol prices have been going up after more than three months of falling costs at forecourts, with the AA accusing retailers of failing to fully pass on a 2p fall in diesel wholesale costs in November and December that, with VAT, were worth 2.5p at the pump
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