Petrol Profits Skyrocket at Motorists' Expense – says FairFuelUK

The UK fuel supply chain took as much as 16.13p profit per litre from petrol drivers in the last two months. Despite falling wholesale and oil prices UK drivers aren’t seeing those significantly reduced costs reflected at the pumps. The profit margin on unleaded has risen by 156% since August as the road fuel supply […]

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Petrol and diesel cars and vans to be kicked to the curb by 2040

The Government has announced plans to stop the sale of new petrol and diesel cars  and vans by 2040, so people will have to switch to electric or hybrid alternatives. There will also be new tax levies for diesel drivers who use the most congested motorways, from 2020. The move is designed to reduce the […]

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10 things you need to know about diesel

This March, British car buyers registered almost a quarter of a million new diesel cars – an all-time high. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reveals why they are so popular – and the important role they can play in helping improve air quality in towns and cities, and in tackling climate change. […]

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Diesel free London is the "only way" to control toxic pollutants – says Greenpeace

A new IPPR report supported by Greenpeace shows that diesel vehicles are responsible for nearly 40% of all NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) emissions in London and need to be comprehensively tackled with a view to phasing them out, in order to ensure air pollution is brought to safe levels. Bad quality air is the second most […]

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