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Drive-offs down says new survey

02 October, 2006
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Drive-off rates have dropped significantly, according to exclusive early results from the British Retail Consortium's (BRC) annual Retail Crime Survey, due to be published in full on October 11.
The total number of incidents per 100 outlets fell from 1,834 in 2004 to 1,517 in 2005 among those major retailers who responded to the survey.The overall cost of making-off-without-payment offences fell from 3.84m to 1.53m, with the average cost per incident 24.A BRC spokesman said that the increasing deployment of ANPR technology was the most likely reason for these positive results.



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Weekly retail fuel prices: 8 July 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East131.8257.70138.44127.82
East Midlands131.33138.41127.59
London131.11140.01128.34
North East129.55137.90126.73
North West130.5757.70136.49127.08
Northern Ireland128.66138.90125.50
Scotland130.72134.34127.37
South East131.9757.90137.52128.38
South West131.2957.90137.34127.49
Wales130.27135.78126.66
West Midlands131.04138.64127.72
Yorkshire & Humber130.4384.90137.01127.30

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